→ his main problem with the embassy move was that the Trump administration did not secure any concessions from Israel before going through with it
Just exactly which «concessions» would he have wanted?
→ Look, the Israeli claims in the Golan or not something to be ignored. They have a lot to do with legitimate security interests.
What? Is there any criminal action by the Zionist entity that these so-called progressives won’t explain away?
→ Buttigieg was also asked about the “right of return” for Palestinian refugees and their descendants. “I think that concept can be honored in the context of a negotiated peace,”
In other words, his answer is «no».
→ I don’t think it should be presumptively declared by a U.S. presidential candidate.
It’s a straightforward matter of international law, so, yes, it should indeed be presumptively declared, if the US still retains any pretensions of legality.
→ I’m concerned, though, that we’re walking away from the possibility of peace, when you have the Israeli government talking about annexing parts of the West Bank.
In practice, the Zionist entity annexed parts of the West Bank long ago. The ones «walking away from the possibility of peace» are those who celebrate the US’s «friendship» (read: criminal complicity) with the Zionist entity and pretend that negotiations with a Yankee-backed bully can lead to progress.