By Miguel Angel
Today, it is the regional actors themselves who are setting their commitments and the pace of their actions. The United States continues to be an indispensable reference, but it is no longer the only one. All of the parties have understood that each of them should assume its own quota of responsibility. The EU is now, thanks to the Treaty of Lisbon, in a very different situation from that of the divided organization which took its seat in Madrid’s Oriente Palace in the autumn of 1991, Then, there was not even an authorized Palestinian delegation, and of course. Iran was neither in the room, nor — more importantly — was it on the minds of the organizers.