TITLE

Suriye-İsrail Barış Görüşmeleri: Olgunlaşma Teorisi Perspektifinden Bir Analiz

AUTHOR(S)
SÜER, Berna
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Middle Eastern Studies / Ortadogu Etütleri;Jan2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p217
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Syrian-Israeli peace negotiations with the US mediation in the 1990s ended in 2000 without an agreement. This article aims at analyzing the reasons behind the failure of the peace process between Syria and Israel. Indeed there is a few but important literature on the issue. However, this conflict has not been studied intensively from the perspective of conflict resolution. And the studies related to this field are mainly about the ineffective role of the US mediation in the process. Be aware of this gap, this article has used ripeness theory, which is a vital part of the literature on conflict resolution. It is argued that the Syrian-Israeli conflict was tried to be solved without ripening of this conflict and this led to the failure of the process at the end. Notwithstanding the appropriate international and regional context together with the presence of the US mediation, this unripe conflict could not be transformed into a good level.
ACCESSION #
87724240

 

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