Besides an analysis of the war with Hezbollah by Shmuel Katz, who co-founded the Herut Party with Menachem Begin and was a member of the first Knesset, she also has thoughts on Shimon Peres, who seems to have caught on to the idea, finally, of the absence of a peace partner.
I hope Shiloh Musings is right about Peretz, but when Peretz says:
It's not the case that Israel has rejected partners for peace. It's more correct to understand that every time Israel sought a partner over the past year, there wasn't one available."just who did he think his peace partner was till then?
Update: Mere Rhetoric emailed me that I confused Peres with Peretz.
There _IS_ an article out today about Peres saying that there's no peace
partner (in the context of Syria, actually). The Shilo post you link to
is actually about Peretz, not Peres, though.
That's me...wrong on the facts, but ahead of the curve!