The 'Peace Process': A Short History

March 2012
Foreign Policy;Mar/Apr2012, Issue 192, p1
The article presents a timeline of events, from 1967 to 2012, related to the efforts of the U.S. government to bring a peaceful resolution to the Israel-Palestine conflict including the Yom Kippur War, the establishment of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and the Camp David Accords.


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