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Khaled Abu Aker
Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
The Arab Peace Initiative
Vol.14 No.4 2007
Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
A double objective of the Initiative is the conclusion of peace with Israel and the preservation of Arab unity.
by Samir Awad
Israel should declare its willingness to accept the plan as a basis for Arab-Israeli negotiations.
by Elie Podeh
The Arab countries must guard against the U.S. strategy of “constructive chaos.”
by Abdul Rahim Mallouh
Syria’s attendance at Annapolis may lead to renewed peace talks with Israel as an alternative to the Palestinian track.
by Alon Liel
The Initiative is a strategic option for lasting peace, but faces many obstacles.
by Ahmad Majdalani
The Initiative offers much more for the same price that Israel has already considered paying.
by Sharon Dolev
The Initiative offers the only hope for a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace.
by Alon Ben-Meir
The creation of facts on the ground by Israel threaten the establishment of a viable Palestinian state with defined borders.
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Building industrial estates to attract international investors is an integral part of the peace process.
by Guven Sak
interview with Shulamit Aloni
Ziad AbuZayyad, Elie Podeh, Jamal Zakout and Galia Golan. Moderators: Danny Rubinstein, Hillel Schenker
Israel’s shift in focus to the demographic issue, places its Arab Palestinian citizens in a tenuous situation.
by Issam Makhoul
A constructive transition requires mutual recognition of humanity and a process of reconciliation and justice.
by Jeff Warner
The Palestinians must not lose sight of their national project in order to achieve their aspirations.
by Hani al-Masri
by Menachem Klein
by Riad Al-Khouri
by Dan Leon
The Shia Revival: How Conflicts within Islam Will Shape the Future by Vali Nasr.
by Sol Gittleman
Lords of the Land: The War for Israel’s Settlements in the Occupied Territories, 1967 – 2007 by Idith Zertal and Akiva Eldar.
by Benjamin Pogrund
From Binational Society to Jewish State: Federal Concepts in Zionist Political Thought, 1920-1990 by Yosef Gorny.
by Joel Pollak
Israeli policies have created a large socioeconomic gap between the Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem.
by Luay Shabaneh
Eye of the Camera
by Suad Amiry
by Nairn Araidi and by Karen Alkalay-Gut
Debating the Impact of the Settlements
Chronology of Events
Compiled by Najat Hirbawi