VP Biden Omits Mention of Israel-Palestinian Conflict in Parting Words About US Foreign Policy

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Vice President Joe Biden, pictured, barely mentioned Israel in his parting treatise on "opportunities for the next administration." Photo: Maxine Dovere.

Vice President Joe Biden, pictured, barely mentioned Israel in his parting treatise on “opportunities for the next administration.” Photo: Maxine Dovere.

A lengthy article about Washington’s foreign policy challenges written by US Vice President Joe Biden makes no mention of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, indicating the establishment of a Palestinian state no longer appears to be a top priority for the current US administration.

As US President Barack Obama enters the last few months of his second term, Israeli officials fear that he could seek to leave his mark on the region by supporting a pro-Palestinian resolution at the United Nations Security Council or making a major foreign policy speech outlining what he views as the general parameters of an eventual peace agreement.

Read full story at The Times of Israel.

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Source:: The Algemeiner

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