Max Kampelman was lauded as a talented negotiator and a voice for Soviet Jewry. Much less known is the profound evolution he underwent during his life.
It has been nearly two years since the Obama administration set out to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, yet virtually no progress has been made. One thing, however, that the process has not lacked is clarity. Americans, Israelis and Palestinians have been very clear in articulating their demands. Yet this very clarity has often turned out to be an obstacle to progress.