Daniel Luban, writer for the foreign policy blog Lobelog, discusses Israel’s postwar history, the lack of a serious peace process since Camp David, Obama’s sometimes-encouraging rhetoric on a peaceful two-state settlement, common ground between the anti-occupation Left and foreign policy/military realists worried about disruption of US regional goals, why Palestinians will have a powerful appeal for one person one vote democracy should a two-state solution fail and why parsing the public statements of Israeli officials is like reading tea leaves.
MP3 here. (45:04)
Daniel Luban is a writer based in Chicago. He is a graduate student in political science at the University of Chicago, and previously served as a correspondent for Inter Press Service; he also blogs at The Faster Times. He holds an M.Phil in political thought and intellectual history from Cambridge University and a B.A. in history from Swarthmore College.