Palestine, Israel, and an Honest(?) U.S. Broker
- Is Peace Possible in the Middle East? Aikman, David // World & I;Mar2001, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p56
Focuses on the United States (U.S.) intervention in resolving the conflict between Israel and Palestine. Views on the possibility of achieving peace in the Middle East; Efforts of U.S. President Bill Clinton to reach peace negotiation between the countries; Consequences of Camp David talks;...
- BORDERLINE CASE. Cohen, Eliot A. // New Republic;11/7/94, Vol. 211 Issue 19, p12
Cautions the U.S. to consider several factors before committing military force that will guarantee a possible peace treaty between Syria and Israel. Analysis on the implications of deploying U.S. forces in the Golan Heights to monitor and guarantee peace between Israel and Syria; Complexities...
- Ayman Odeh, Leader of the Knesset's Joint List, Makes Historic Visit to Washington. Sprusansky, Dale // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p64
The article reports on Israeli Knesset member and Arab Joint List leader Ayman Odeh's visit to the U.S. in December 2015. Topics covered include his designation as the first prominent Palestinian-Israeli legislator to be invited to Washington D.C. to participate in high-level discussions,...
- The Middle East peace process: America should keep hands off. Hader, Leon // USA Today Magazine;Nov94, Vol. 123 Issue 2594, p62
Comments on the United States' role in the signing of the peace treaty between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Efforts to mobilize international support for the accord; Middle Eastern activism; Geoeconomic considerations; Obstacles to peace; Strategic and diplomatic disengagement.
- ISRAEL & HE NEOCONS. Polner, Murray; Simms, Adam // Commonweal;7/18/2003, Vol. 130 Issue 13, p11
Questions the foreign policy of the U.S. toward the peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine in 2003. Example set by the collapse of the Oslo peace process; Discussion on the interests of neoconservatives; Influences behind the U.S. foreign policy.
- What's Left of the Peace Process. Slater, Jerome // Tikkun;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p7
Examines the peace process between Israel and Palestine. Role of the United States (US) to the peace process; Measures taken by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; Relation of US with Israel; Historical accounts of the peace process.
- SMOKE SIGNALS. Peretz, Martin // New Republic;11/28/94, Vol. 211 Issue 22, p16
Offers a look at the significance of the signing of a peace treaty between Israel and Jordan in 1994. Historical background of the Israeli-Jordanian relationship; Opinion that real peace would benefit both countries; Role of the U.S. government in the peace treaty; Historical places in Jordan...
- The Only Game in Town. // New Republic;3/17/79, Vol. 180 Issue 11, p7
Discusses United States President Jimmy Carter's decision to visit Egypt and Israel in an effort to broker a peace treaty between the two adversaries. Diplomatic advance promised by the Carter trip; Both countries require American economic and political support; Costs of American economic and...
- Peace? // New Republic;3/24/79, Vol. 180 Issue 12, p5
Discusses United States President Jimmy Carter's efforts to broker a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. Settlement worked out against the backdrop of a hostile political environment; Egypt's need to stop the bleeding of its resources for war and war preparations; Israel's necessity for an...