In President Barack Obama's speech on the Middle East Thursday, he addressed the looming issue of peace between Israel and Palestine. President Obama said that the borders of "Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines." This statement drew immediate negative reaction from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is scheduled to meet with President Obama today in Washington, D.C.
Aaron David Miller is a former Middle East adviser to both Republican and Democratic secretaries of state and the author of "The Much too Promised Land: America's Elusive Search for Arab-Israeli Peace." Miller analyzes President Obama's speech and looks at what we can expect from his meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu.