Despite slow though sporadic progress in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the failure of Israeli-Syrian talks over the Golan Heights has left the wider prospects for peace in the Middle East in question. Without peace agreements with their immediate neighbors, long-range Israeli military plans remain in flux. The country will continue to face the prospect of low- to medium-intensity conflict on its borders, as well as a more menacing, strategic threat from more distant nations ...
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