The deal of the next century 
Asked about the deal of the century, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat told Israeli Reshet Bet radio program, “Now it is the deal of the next century.” Aaron David Mille: Former State Department Middle East analyst, adviser and negotiator in Republican and Democratic Administrations and a CNN Global Affairs analyst. Aaron David Miller concurs:
If you think Trump intervened in the run-up to the April 9
Israeli elections to help Netanyahu, buckle your seat belts.
You ain’t seen nothing yet. It started with today’s announcement
that Bolton and the Israeli and Russian NSAs will meet next month
That was the announcement yesterday from the White House Press Secretary of a meeting of US, Russian, and Israeli National Security advisers in Jerusalem next month. Netanyahu took credit for this idea, yet another appeal to his constituents to give him a fifth term. Netanyahu also says that he and Trump have a lot to do yet: strengthening the settlement project. He means Trump will support annexation
US National Security Advisor John Bolton and Russian counterpart Nikolay Patrushev expected to discuss Syria, Iran with Meir Ben-Shabbat next month. “In June, United States National Security Adviser Ambassador John Bolton, Israeli National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat, and Russian Secretary of the Security Council Nikolay Patrushev will meet in Jerusalem, Israel, to discuss regional security issues,” the White House press secretary said in a statement issued minutes before the Knesset voted to disband and to set new elections for September 17.
Unprecedented’ US-Israeli-Russian security meeting to be held in Jerusalem. The three countries’ national security advisers will discuss regional security issues with a focus on Iran’s entrenchment in Syria. PM Netanyahu: A meeting like has never taken place before in Israel. Never.” Jerusalem will host next month an unprecedented trilateral meeting of top security officials from Israel, Russia and the US, the White House announced on Wednesday.