A 'peace process' that isn't

Iltis, Tony
September 2010
Green Left Weekly;9/22/2010, Issue 853, p14
The article focuses on the negotiation between the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli government with the U.S. government as their mediator. The negotiation is considered part of the peace process which aims for a Palestinian state and legitimise an apartheid system. However, the unconditional European and U.S. support indicates the little incentive of Israel to concede 22% of Palestine to its people.


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