"Enough is enough." Thus, President George W. Bush summed up his current thinking on the carnage between Israelis and Palestinians. Does his phrase sound a note of weary exasperation or express a sturdy resolve to engage the two sides in negotiations leading to a final settlement? The administration comes late to the game, revealing unexpected disarray among Bush policymakers. The success in Afghanistan is clearly no blueprint for solving more enduring and complicated...
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