Tzipi Livni, the Israeli opposition leader, sees proof in the Palestine Papers that negotiations don't necessarily need to be dead:

Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni responded to "The Palestine Papers" on Monday, saying that the peace process is not over.

"Today it is also clear that the process did not fail and was not exhausted," Livni said in a speech in a ceremony honoring 62 years since the Knesset's founding. "It did not end, but was not allowed to ripen until an agreement was reached because of elections in Israel and this government's choice not to continue the negotiations."