We need more waffles in diplomacy. Or, in other words, personal connections to bridge those vast divides. So believed the Norwegian couple who orchestrated secret peace talks in 1993 between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization – a slice of stranger-than-fiction history grippingly dramatised in JT Rogers’ play, which deservedly won this year’s Tony Award.
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