The US Secretary of State is seeing his ambitious plans for restarting Israel/Palestine Peace talks grind to a halt.
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David Rosenberg doesn't believe there is economic value to having peace in Israel. This is wrong. Taking away the economic carrot is not smart, it’s just perverse.
Can the US still rely on economic levers to push for Israel/Palestine Peace negotiations?
John Kerry's performance during his recent trip to Israel impresses Pieria expert Joel Braunold, but Binyamin Netanyahu's concept of economic peace fails to inspire much confidence.
For the first time in history, people have the real prospect of no longer having to work long hours in boring, repetitive and physically debilitating jobs to meet basic needs. We will have more time to spend interacting with each other, caring for each other.
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