Israel and its Future

A Conversation with Tzipi Livni, leader of Israel’s opposition and chairman of the Kadima party. She discusses the critical negotiations between Israel and Palestine and the importance of two states for two people: a Jewish state and an Arab state. The problems that need to be discussed between the two peoples are becoming the very reason they are not discussing them. Additionally, Israeli politics are complicating the processes within the state.

Festival: 2011

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