In July, President Bush called for a Middle East peace conference, bringing Israel, the Palestinian Authority and neighboring countries like Egypt together at the bargaining table for a new round of talks. The agenda is still vague, but is almost sure to take up the thorny issues of Palestinian statehood, the fate of refugees and the future of Jerusalem. What are the pitfalls for the United States in this new effort to broker peace? What does the future likely hold for U.S.-Israeli relations?
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