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Khaled Abu Aker
Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
The Role of the International Community
Vol.13 No.4 2007
Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
by Kobi Michael and by Mohammed Dajani
Involvement is critical for securing and safeguarding a legitimate settlement.
by Shlomo Ben-Ami
Bias to Israel impedes an even-handed American involvement in a peace settlement.
by Bassam al-Salhi
Conditions for the peace process are ripe; now it is up to the U.S.
by Daniel C. Kurtzer
The international community must intervene more seriously to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
by Riad al-Malki
UNIFIL II might be a model for a PSO in the Israel-Palestine arena.
by Efrat Elron
Arab peace efforts since the 1967 war to the present.
by Qais Abdul Karim
A joint international initiative is the only comprehensive, sustainable solution.
by Andra Garber
Internal Palestinian conflicts must first end, possibly with the help of a PSO.
by David Kellen
Japan’s economic engagement is as vital to the peace process as peace is to Japan.
by Kansuke Nagaoka
by Yossi Beilin
Dr. Ghassan Al-Khatib, Ziad AbuZayyad, Reuven Merhav, Gadi Baltiansky and Roy Dickinson. Moderators: Nasser Atta, Hillel Schenker.
The economic, social, and psychological impacts of checkpoints on Palestinians.
by Said Zeedani
The leadership must try the political option, honestly, without fear and preconditions.
by Nomika Zion
Neither hudna nor tahdi’a implies a permanent peace treaty.
by Marvin F. Zayed
Young professionals come to share their visions via conferences and joint projects.
by Nimrod Goren and by Ilai Saltzman
A review of Paul Scham, “Scars of War, Wounds of Peace” by Shlomo Ben-Ami
A tribute to the Egyptian novelist.
by Mahmoud Atshan
by Cameron Hunter
by Hadassah Haskale
Is Israeli-Palestinian Peace Possible?
Chronology of Events