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29 Aug 2010 12:55 GMT | Politics, Israel
Talks between Palestinians and Israelis are set to resume in Washington - but to what end?The parties seem to be entrenched in their positions on settlements, Jerusalem and the right of return for Palestinian refugees.
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Already there is tough talk over settlements with Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, telling his Likud party that he will allow a partial settlement freeze to expire in September.Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has responded by saying that lifting the 'freeze' would mean an end to any peace talks.
On Tuesday's Riz Khan show we explore what is at stake and whether or not real progress is possible with controversial Israeli columnist and author, Gideon Levy.
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