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28 Nov, 2007 19:01

Interview with James Phillips

The world eyes a potential breakthrough in Israeli and Palestinian peace talks. However, James Phillips, from the Douglas and Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, told RT of a number of obstacles of the peace process.

“Now their efforts are joined by broader international support, of which especially important is the presence of Presidents of many other Arabic countries. They didn’t have diplomatic relations with Israel,” Phillips said.

Phillips sees peace talks as a ‘long uphill road’, due to, including Hamas.