Israeli Vice Prime Minister Silvan Shalom comes OutFront to discuss his country's controversial plan to build 850 homes in the West Bank.
Hope is fading fast for a swift resolution over iran's nuclear program.Â In Baghdad Wednesday, the second round of negotiations between Iran, the U.S. and five other western countries has unexpectedly spilled into another day and reports are that neither side is budging. FULL POST
It was a key word in Erin Burnett's exclusive interview with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu: contiguous. Pressed by Burnett on the willingness of Israel to accept not just a Palestinian state, but a contiguous one, Netanyahu confirmed "no Swiss cheese." That moment did not escape notice by newspapers in the region, who said it was an important moment that could potentially hint at a breakthrough.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists he has no interest in taking sides in the U.S. presidential election. But in an exclusive interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, he did reflect on likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney, who, like Netanyahu, worked at the Boston Consulting Group in the 1970s. "I was a young recruit and he was already a star manager."
What are his memories of the young Mitt Romney? "He looked the same. Isn't that disturbing? I don't look the same. He looked the same."
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel seeks peace with its neighbors, and "we're not seeking to dominate anyone." In an exclusive interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Netanyahu described Israel as "a vibrant democracy. Tremendously creative. Has wild entrepreneurs. They're curing diseases around the world. Your cell phone probably has four or five Israeli IT applications inside it. It's just changing the world."