"If it's going to be a state, it will have to have some structure. It will have to have something that looks like territory, even though it may not be perfectly defined forever. And it will have to have institutions within it to be a state... These are the kinds of issues that we are working through... They are tough issues, and the kinds of issues that we'll be examining in the days ahead... It's not the last conference... It will be one, I think, of a number of conferences that we hold in the future to move forward. It will be a conference that is intended to talk politics in a very open kind of way, and talk things like security in a very definitive kind of way."
Secretary of State
Colin Powell, 6-12-2002
After meeting last weekend with Egypt's Mubarak at Camp David, then with Ariel Sharon at the White House, and today with the Saudi Foreign Minister, the US President clearly doesn't know what to do or how to do it when it comes to Palestinians. And its a problem they are dealing with in the first place only because it impacts considerable on their 'new world order' and war plans (i.e., 'regime change' plans) which are clearly far more important then their long-term 'visions' about peace between Israel and the Palestinians.