Israel makes moves to fix Palestinian relations

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Israeli-Palestinian relations have been in a downward spiral for months. During this time, hundreds of millions of dollars owed to the Palestinian Authority have been held. Palestine joined the International Criminal Court as a pretext to suing Israel for war crimes. Israel’s prime minister effectively derailed potential peace negotiations between the two sides during his re-election campaign. Now, with a recent change in policies, indicating relations may be on the mend. CCTV’s Stephanie Freid filed this report from Tel Aviv.

Israel makes moves to fix Palestinian relations

Israel makes moves to fix Palestinian relations

Israeli-Palestinian relations have been in a downward spiral for months. During this time, hundreds of millions of dollars owed to the Palestinian Authority have been held. Palestine joined the International Criminal Court as a pretext to suing Israel for war crimes. Israel's prime minister effectively derailed potential peace negotiations between the two sides during his re-election campaign. Now, with a recent change in policies, indicating relations may be on the mend.CCTV's Stephanie Freid filed this report from Tel Aviv.


Fadi Elsalameen of the American Security Project talks Israeli intentions

CCTV America’s Asieh Namdar interviewed Fadi Elsalameen for more insight into whether Israel’s actions really are signs of goodwill. Elsalameen is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the American Security Project and a fellow with the New America Foundation’s American Strategy Program.

Fadi Elsalameen of the American Security Project talks Israeli intentions

Fadi Elsalameen of the American Security Project talks Israeli intentions

CCTV America's Asieh Namdar interviewed Fadi Elsalameen for more insight into whether Israel's actions really are signs of goodwill. Elsalameen is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the American Security Project and a fellow with the New America Foundation's American Strategy Program.