"... However thick the insulation, it is doubtful it can withstand the test of time or the pressures of mounting frustration. Many conditions for an uprising are objectively in place: political discontent, lack of hope, economic fragility, increased violence and an overwhelming sense that security cooperation serves an Israeli – not Palestinian – interest. At some point – and triggered by an unexpected event – Palestinians may well decide their long-run well-being would be better served by instability, and only by rocking the boat might they come closer to their desired destination...."
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
ICG: "The Palestinians may decide that their long-run well-being would be better served by instability..."
Posted by G, M, Z, or B at 10:47 AM