Is it time for the US to re-think their Israeli-Palestinian strategy?
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed frustration at the latest setback to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks but insisted that the US would continue to push for progress.
She vowed to promote indirect talks on "core issues" including borders, settlements, refugees and Jerusalem.
Direct talks were set up by President Barack Obama but were suspended within weeks when Israel decided not to extend the 10-month freeze on settlement building in the West Bank.
What can the US do to get the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks back on? Do they need to re-think their strategy?
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