The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations, 1999-2001: Within Reach

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Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 278 עמודים
The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations, 1999-2001 is comprehensive account and analysis of the Middle East peace process.
Gilead Sher provides concise contextual background, thought-provoking analysis and insightful personal impressions. He also outlines the painful compromises that both sides would need to make in order to bring an end to this violent conflict. Sher makes a convincing case that any future settlement to the Middle East conflict will be based on the Barak-Clinton-Arafat formula negotiated at Camp David. This book dissects the political, economic, social and cultural reasons that led to the breakdown of the process and the consequent eruption of violence that has engulfed the region.
 

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A sense of hope
1
Direct and blunt dialogue
5
The friends of peace must be strong 1
10
Politically Im strangled
16
The Swedish government at your service
21
First movements
31
Do you want an agreement?
40
Trapped in a national myth
50
Two states for two peoples
133
Walls of misunderstanding
143
Head of a gang not a leader
157
A single political bullet in the barrel
173
Its the only way
180
Do you want to continue crying?
192
The future of the region is in your hands
208
Well be counting the corpses on both sides
222

An historic opportunity
60
God bless you
72
Albright tries to prevent collapse
93
Eight hundred times Jerusalem
105
There is going to be a catastrophe
119
And thou shall make peace in the land
231
Appendix
233
Bibliography
268
Index
269
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מידע על המחבר (2006)

Gilead Sher, former Bureau Chief and Policy Coordinator of Prime Minister Barak, acted as chief negotiator in the historic talks of 1999¿2001 at the Camp David summit and the Taba talks with the Palestinians. Sher is one of Israel¿s most reputable attorneys.

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