Carter Mideast aide sees Still another chance

ASHINGTON  — Political upheaval in Egypt complicates already gloomy prospects for new Arab-Israeli peace talks, longtime Mideast dealmaker Zbigniew Brzezinski said Wednesday. He urged US President Barack Obama to rescue the dormant talks with direct involvement.
Without the president, the stalled-out Israeli-Palestinian talks will "slip and slide into a worsening confrontation," Brzezinski said.
Meanwhile, a preoccupied Egypt could become more "alienated" from efforts to keep the talks alive, he said.
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