The Oslo Accords, inaugurated with the historic Rabin-Arafat handshake on the White House lawn, marked a promising breakthrough for resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. These Accords, however, turned out to be but the first in a series of numerous proposals and plans over the next ten years, all designed to cope with repeated failures and disappointments as well as the major issues of the conflict itself.
Golan explores these plans and proposals, concentrating on the key issues addressed by the parties directly involved, along with the contributions of the Americans, the Quartet as a whole, and the Arab League.
This book is a valuable resource for understanding the conflict, the issues involved and the prospects for peaceful resolution.
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Table of Contents
The Oslo Accords, 1993-1999
Camp David July 2000
The Clinton Parameters December 2000 chapter five
Taba January 2001
Mitchell-Tenet-Zinni Recommendations April 2001-March 2002
The Saudi Initiative-Arab League Resolution and UNSC Resolution
President Bush: October 2001 The Rose Garden Speech June 2002
The Road Map April 2003
The Geneva Accord October
The Nusseibeh-Ayalon Petition (The Peoples' Voice) July 2002
The Disengagement Plan 2003-
US-Israel Understandings: Bush and Weissglas Letters
Conclusions: Is There a Plan for Peace?
Letters of Mutual Recognition
Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements September 13,
Arab Peace Initiative-Beirut Summit
Geneva Accord A Model Israeli-Palestinian Peace Agreement
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Four-Stage Disengagement Plan
United States-Israel Understandings