Israeli-Arab Negotiations: Background, Conflicts, and U. S. Policy
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 55 pages
Contents (I = Israel, P = Palestinians)): (1) Recent Develop.: I-P; I-Syria; I-Lebanon; (2) U.S. Role: 1991-2008; Obama Admin.; Madrid Conf.; Bilateral Talks and Develop.: I-P; 2009; I-Syria; I-Lebanon; I-Jordan; (3) Agree./Doc.: I-PLO Mutual Recog.; Decl. of Principles; Agree. on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area; I-Jordan Peace Treaty; I-P Interim Agree., West Bank-Gaza Strip; Protocol re: Redeploy. in Hebron; Wye River Memo.; Sharm al Shaykh Memo.; Performance-Based Road Map to a Permanent Two-State Solution to the I-P Conflict; Agree. on Movement and Access; Joint Understand.; (4) Role of Congress: Aid; Jerusalem; Compliance/Sanctions; I Raid on Suspected Syrian Nuclear Site; Gaza Fact-Finding Mission (┐Goldstone Report┐). Map.
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