International Crisis Group commentary: Israeli-Palestinian talks
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International Crisis Group commentary: Israeli-Palestinian talks

With the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian direct talks this month, leaders in the region must examine how changes in the Palestinian security sector might improve the long-term prospects for peace. From the sidelines of the talks, Crisis Group Middle East and North Africa Analyst Robert Blecher discussed the state of the Palestinian Security Forces, as well as popular attitudes toward the Palestinian Authority and the peace process.

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