Tuesday, January 1, 2019

A Realist Plan for the Arab/Israeli Conflict?

Via Billy

 A view of the national flag of Israel in Eilat city center. On Tuesday, March 6, 2018, in Eilat, Israel.

Ambassador Nikki Haley, in her final U.N. Security Council briefing on the Middle East, began to lift the veil on the Trump administration’s long-awaited plan for resolving the Arab/Israeli conflict.

President Trump and a handpicked team of his closest advisors from his private and business life – Senior Advisor Jared Kushner, Special Representative Jason Greenblatt and Ambassador David Friedman – have invested considerable time and effort crafting that plan. Despite obsessive curiosity and endless speculation, they’ve developed it without a single leak. That they allowed Haley to describe those efforts, even in general terms, suggests that a larger scale rollout approaches.


  1. The Yinon plan: