A Failing Peace
- Toward Israeli-Syrian Peace. Ben-Meir, Alon // Journal of Turkish Weekly;5/26/2008, p1
The article focuses on the indirect role of Israel and Syria in Turkish brokered peace talks and suggest a major development in the Middle East peace-making process. It recommends the need for Israeli-Syrian reconciliation because everyone is affected in one form or another by the conflict. In...
- The US Role in Preserving Gulf Security. Talbot, Brent J.; Hicks, Jeffrey J. // Aerospace Power Journal;Fall2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p77
Explores the options available to United States (U.S.) policy makers for the U.S. role in the security of the Persian Gulf. Gulf security and the U.S.-Gulf Cooperation Council; Efforts of the U.S. to contain Iraq and Iran; Arab-Israeli peace process; Security strategy for the Gulf.
- The Negotiation Process: The Lack of a Human Rights Component. Mari, Mustafa // Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p5
Examines the human rights component in the negotiation process for the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory. Commitment to the protection of civilians in the resolution of conflict; Policy of zero tolerance for terror and violence; Acceptance by the international community of peace.
- Let Peace Go Public. Pollak, Joel // Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p82
Comments on the peace process for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in comparison to the campaign for a unitary state in South Africa and Northern Ireland. Involvement of public representatives from various communities in the negotiation; Rejection of violence to resolve conflict; Concern with...
- Are Human Rights Good for the Top Dog as Well? Kaufman, Edy; Bisharat, Ibrahim // Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p89
Reports on the human rights consideration of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Limits to the supremacy of military power within the international system; Difference between inter- and intra-state conflicts; Priority of national security to reduce the level of hatred.
- PEACE OPERATIONS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF U.S. POLICY. Hughes, Arthur // Foreign Service Journal;May2006, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p50
The article reports on the creation of the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) as a mechanism for implementing peace agreements in the Middle East. The MFO can be a model for a foreign policy tool. It played a partnership role in helping to build confidence, stability and peace between Egypt...
- Maps of War, Maps of Peace Finding a Two-State Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Question. Unger, David C. // World Policy Journal;Summer2002, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p1
Discusses issues on the conflict between Israel and Palestine as of June 2002. Comments on the position of U.S. President George W. Bush on the conflict; Background on constructive peace proposals; Factors which contributed to the failure of the Oslo peace agreement in which was signed in...
- Is Bush Standing Up to Ariel Sharon? // Tikkun;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on the significance of supporting the enforcement of the Road Map proposed by the U.S. government to bring peace and reconciliation between Israel and Palestine. Importance of releasing all Palestinian prisoners except those convicted of terrorist activities by a jury of ordinary...
- THE PERSISTENCE OF THE PALESTINIAN QUESTION. Massad, Joseph // Cultural Critique;Winter2005, Issue 59, p1
Focuses on the culture of Palestine. Zionist colonial conquest of Palestine; Oslo agreement between Israel and Palestine; Anti-Semitism of Palestine; Settler colonialism.
- Resist the interventionist impulse in the Middle East. Hadar, Leon // Christian Science Monitor;6/15/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 141, p11
Comments on efforts of the United States in assisting Arab-Israeli peace talks, and view that by resisting interventionist urge and encouraging 'localization' of Palestinian-Israeli issue, U.S. will send a signal to Palestinians that their only chance of winning political independence is through...