South Asia Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Barbara Slavin writes for Voice of America on President Obama’s meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:

My late editor at The Economist, Peter David, once inserted into an article this reporter had written about Israeli politician Benjamin Netanyahu the words “too mellifluous” before his name.

At several appearances during Netanyahu’s visit to Washington this week, the four-term prime minister lived up to that description as he defended Israeli policies in dulcet tones, seeking to move beyond a bitter quarrel with President Barack Obama and many American Democrats.

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