What Israel wants
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What Israel wants

Jackson Diehl, the Post's deputy editorial page editor, speaks with Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren about Israel's provisions for peace talks with Palestinians and emphasizes that Palestinian recognition of Israel is the DNA of the peace process. (Anup Kaphle/The Washington Post)

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