The Future of People-to-People

Perlman, Lee; Nasser-Najjab, Nadia
December 2005
Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2005, Vol. 12/13 Issue 4/1, p5
Academic Journal
The article looks into the People-to-People approach in the efforts to achieve peace between Israelis and Palestinians. The author pointed out that the major obstacle in achieving the peace process at the very initial stage was lack of trust. Significantly, joint efforts face severe physical barriers between societies and within Palestine since Palestinians are not allowed into Israel and vice versa. Despite the obstacles, the people-to-people approach has still have a meaningful role in the peace process.


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