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Palestinian Papers reveal the disconnect in the peace process | Matthew Brodsky via guardian.co.uk

What the “Palestine Papers” reveal is the disconnect between the positions publicly held by the Palestinian Authority and the expectations of ordinary Palestinians. But even this should not be such a surprise in a region where autocratic leaders have a habit of steering their population’s eyes elsewhere to account for domestic problems. And the Arab-Israeli conflict has, in that respect, long been the regional gift that keeps on giving.

Read this story here: The real disconnect in the peace process | Matthew Brodsky via guardian.co.uk.

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