Israel's Election and the Peace Plan
by Matthew RJ Brodsky
The Heat / CGTN America
May 30, 2019
Over the last few weeks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been trying to form a new coalition government. But, talks have not succeeded. Now, Israeli voters are being asked to vote all over again. There could be implications for the peace process as well.
Matthew RJ Brodsky joins Guy Ziv, assistant professor in the School of International Service's U.S. Foreign Policy Program at American University; Debra Shushan, director of Policy and Government Relations at Americans for Peace Now; and Khalil Jahshan, Palestinian-American, executive director of Arab Center, Washington, D.C to discuss the Israeli elections and what it means for the peace process on CGTN's "The Heat" with Anand Naidoo.
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