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Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a perfect example of this and the fact that the US was the main political sponsor of the Oslo peace process did not give a chance for the EU to be in the driver’s seat. The Camp David negotiations, the Road Map, or the Annapolis conference were all initiatives where the US took the lead, despite the fact that the EU now spends much more than the US in the region. The EU certainly has a different approach and probably displays greater sensibility regarding the dossier (Some EU actors have always kept a channel of discussion, even if unofficial, with Hamas, while the US simply refuses to take the Islamist organization as a dialogue partner, even if democratically elected).