Dennis Ross writes with David Makovsky in The Times of Israel: “Yitzhak Rabin Was Always A Realist. How Would He Have Handled the 2020 Mideast?”
“It is hard to believe that it is the 25th anniversary of the loss of Yitzhak Rabin.
“He was the embodiment of modern Israel. He was the first Israeli leader who was native-born. He fought its wars and built the Israeli military from the time he was a young commander in the Palmach, defending Jerusalem in 1948, to being chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces in the 1967 war. But Rabin led his country not just in war, but also in peace-making…”