The Kosovo Model for Mideast Peace

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Nir Eisikovits (director of  Suffolk University’s Graduate Program in Ethics and Public Policy) and Ehud Eiran (associate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School)

“Once Israelis and Palestinians start talking to each other again, all parties may need to find a new way of thinking about what these fragile negotiations can achieve. For almost two decades the “peace process” has been about securing a deal.

Yet, if negotiations resume, it is time to adopt a more open-ended, almost Buddhist approach: It’s about the road, not the end point.” To read the full article, click here.

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