Netanyahu's faces international isolation as peace process stalls

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Netanyahu's faces international isolation as peace process stalls

Post by Lurker on Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:11 am

Netanyahu's faces international isolation as peace process stalls

According to foreign diplomats and senior officials in Jerusalem, Netanyahu's main problem is that world leaders doubt his seriousness about moving the peace process forward.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under increasing pressure and international isolation as a result of the breakdown in the peace process. European leaders do not believe he is serious about achieving peace, the Chinese are still furious with him for canceling his trip at the last minute in November, and India has been diplomatically sidestepping his request to visit.

Netanyahu's growing isolation is particularly obvious when looking at his travel schedule abroad. He ventured outside Israel for the first time as prime minister in April and May of 2009, to Cairo and Amman (respectively), for short talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Jordanian King Abdullah II. During his first year in office, he went abroad 13 times and visited nine countries.
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Full article here:
http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/netanyahu-s-faces-international-isolation-as-peace-process-stalls-1.343834

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I think it's inevitable.. but for serious isolation and avoidance, it needs an accordant trigger.. let's hope this moment never comes..
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