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Kerry looks to legacy with hard-hitting speech

Asserting that the Obama team has done the most for Israel, he argues two-state solution is the only way to Mid-East peace.
Friday, December 30, 2016 - 05:50

The roadmap of principles for Middle East peace outlined by Mr Kerry comes less than a month before he leaves office. However, he hopes to put a marker in the ground that helps shape the debate, internationally, about the process, and consolidates the Obama administration's foreign policy legacy.

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday outlined the Obama administration's detailed vision for future of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. He declared that the two-state solution is in serious jeopardy almost a quarter of a century after the Oslo process began, yet forcefully argued

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