I like to think I am a good negotiator, especially when it comes to my son. I have mastered the “You Do This, I’ll Let You Do That”, technique. It really is an art, requires discipline, focus, and a straight face. I have long been admired by family and friends for my negotiations...
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What were the Palestinians thinking when they revolted against Israel two years ago?
By all appearances, they're much worse off now than before the clashes began.
My uncle Sakher, in the village of Beit Iba near Nablus, told me it's never been this bad, not even during the first...