[NATO’s role to arm PA to the teeth and reassure Israel it can withdraw?]
This is from a prepared speech. Prepared = written text, not necessarily thought out, in fact, arguably critically short on thought, but nonetheless a true reflection of what FM Livni is promoting.
#1. “Israel’s ability to reach an agreement based on substantial territorial concessions directly relates to our need to make sure we do not jeopardize our security and our future. Here, I believe, the dialogue between Israel and NATO begins.” = FM Livni drops “land for peace” and concedes that “land for piece” where the “piece” is a piece of paper signed by the Palestinians
is too ridiculous to try and palm off to the Israeli public. So instead she seeks a “land for piece” deal in which the “piece” is some kind of piece of paper that involves NATO.
It should be noted that FM Livni is not a protege of Minister Lieberman of Yisrael Beiteinu – who just recently explained that the problem of the absence of Palestinian security compliance can be overcome by introducing NATO forces in place of Palestinian compliance.
#2 “Here comes the role of the international community. Helping the capacity-building is not a task of less importance; without it any agreement can be left on the shelf, abused by extremists.” = by failing to put an Israeli interpretation as to what “capacity-building” means, all that is left of this is a call to arm the PA to the teeth.]