President Donald Trump wants peace in the Middle East between Israel and the palestinians, that’s for sure. What’s less certain is how, he’ll accomplish it. Palestinians are nervous because Trump has wavered in his support for a two-state solution, and Israel is having second thoughts about Trump, as he no longer looks like an unconditional supporter. The American administration is allegedly aiming for a so-called ‘Outside-In’ approach, where Israel will come closer to the palestinians through deals with other Arab countries such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt. These countries are dealing with their own problems though, and it is unlikely that they wish to be tied to an increasingly right-wing Israel.
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