Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have agreed to hold a second round of talks in two weeks. Ten summers ago, the Israelis, Palestinians and Americans met for two weeks of talks at Camp David. President Clinton hoped to settle the conflict, but those talks failed. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to negotiators who were present at Camp David about the experience and the lessons of those talks: Ghaith Omari of the American Task Force on Palestine, who was a legal adviser to the Palestinian delegation; Gideon Grinstein of the Reut Institute, who was the youngest Israeli staffer at Camp David; and Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson Center, who was a longtime State Department adviser.
Camp David Redux: A Look Back At Lessons Learned
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