Israelis, Palestinians stuck after Obama's speech


The Prime Minister of Israel with the President of the United States (Photo by White House photographer Pete Souza)

The conflict between Palestinians and Israelis has overshadowed a much larger speech by Barack Obama on the so-called Arab Spring -- including the situation in Bahrain and Libya. Aaron David Miller, a former Middle East adviser to both Republican and Democratic secretaries of state and the author of "The Much too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace," talks about the speech and the uncertainty that continues in the region.

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