A Palestinian State: What Next?

Friedman, Richard E.; Williams, John Allen
September 2002
Officer;Sep2002, Vol. 79 Issue 7, p29
Focuses on the workshop convened by the U.S. National Strategy Forum in May 2002 to examine the issues surrounding the proposed establishment of a Palestinian state leading to the resolution of the Israel and Palestinian conflict. International law and national security considerations; Counter-terrorism; Border security; Palestinian governance.


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