What did Clinton demand during her 43-minute call to Netanyahu?

Just what did Secretary Clinton ask from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during her stern, 43-minute phone call with him last Friday, in the wake of the East Jerusalem housing-project* announcement that Clinton described as “insulting“? For the answer, check out this report from FP staff writer Josh Rogin over The Cable. Update, March 23: ...

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Just what did Secretary Clinton ask from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during her stern, 43-minute phone call with him last Friday, in the wake of the East Jerusalem housing-project* announcement that Clinton described as "insulting"?

For the answer, check out this report from FP staff writer Josh Rogin over The Cable.

Update, March 23: The phrase "East Jerusalem housing-project announcement" corrects the original phrase, "settlements announcement."

Just what did Secretary Clinton ask from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during her stern, 43-minute phone call with him last Friday, in the wake of the East Jerusalem housing-project* announcement that Clinton described as “insulting“?

For the answer, check out this report from FP staff writer Josh Rogin over The Cable.

Update, March 23: The phrase “East Jerusalem housing-project announcement” corrects the original phrase, “settlements announcement.”

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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