Who is Blocking Movement on the Israeli-Syrian track?

May 02, 2008 Published under Middle East, Mideast Negotiations, United States

Daniel Levy asserts (see his Point #4) that the Bush Administration is blocking negotiations that both the Syrian and Israeli Heads of State desire.  He quotes Ambassador Martin Indyk (a member of our Honorary Board and a man who nobody would accuse of coming from the left) on his testimony to the House Foreign Relations Committee:

As I understand it, the Bush Administration is unwilling to encourage Israeli-Syrian peace negotiations…this puts the U.S. in the unprecedented and invidious position of opposing an opportunity for Arab-Israeli peacemaking even when our ally Israel is keen to pursue it.

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