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Israel and the Palestinians

Israeli Policy Options

April 2005

Abstract: 
This volume examines the policy options under serious consideration among Israelis for resolving or managing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This volume examines the policy options under serious consideration among Israelis for resolving or managing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chatham House commissioned five papers by Israeli analysts, each with great experience and expertise in Israeli politics and public opinion. The papers examine five separate options which stretch across the spectrum of Israeli opinion and each advocates an alternative way forward.

Israel and the Palestinians: Israeli Policy Options will help sharpen the debate in Israel about the costs and benefits of the alternative political options. It will also be of great interest to international policy-makers and commentators on the Middle East.

Contents:

  • Introduction (Rosemary Hollis)
  • Negotiations for a Permanent Status Agreement (David Kimche)
  • Prioritising Protection of the Land of Israel (Israel Harel)
  • Interim Arrangements and Conflict Management (Uzi Arad)
  • International Intervention to Manage Conflict Resolution (Joel Peters and Orit Gal)
  • Unilateral Disengagement (Dan Scheuftan)
  • Conclusion (Mark A. Heller)
Author(s): Various
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