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by Shimon Shamir,Bruce Maddy-Weitzman

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Shimon Shamir,Bruce Maddy-Weitzman
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The question of Jerusalem is at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its resolution is crucial for the overall success of efforts to resolve the conflict. The article explores the negotiating processes that took place between Israel and the Palestinians regarding the question of Jerusalem since the Oslo Accords (1993), with attention to the Camp David Process (2000–1) and the Annapolis Process (2007–8).

This book brings together American, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators . Shimon Shamir is the head of the Institute for Diplomacy and Regional Cooperation at Tel Aviv University.

This book brings together American, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators who participated in the summit-as well as experts who prepared the material for the negotiators, and academics who specialize in the methodology of peace negotiations-to confront the different versions of what happened at Camp David. About the Author: Shimon Shamir is the head of the Institute for Diplomacy and Regional Cooperation at Tel Aviv University. He is the former Israeli ambassador to Egypt and Jordan.

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The Camp David Summit of 2000 was a formative event in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian relations. It was the most comprehensive effort ever to resolve a hundred-year conflict. Yet, it not only ended in failure but was immediately followed by the eruption of unprecedented violence. After an message from President Bill Clinton, and introductory chapters by Shimon Shamir, Itamar Rabinovich, Sari Nusseibeh and Martin Indyk, the 27 chapter contributions are divided to: Israeli Negotiators, Palestinian Perspectives, American Participants, the Barak Version and its Critics, the.

by Shimon Shamir and Bruce Maddy-Weitzman.

On the Palestinian side, a lack of internal consensus remains . Such agreement is achievable today more than ever before.

On the Palestinian side, a lack of internal consensus remains ly the ideological and political gaps between the two major Palestinian camps, Hamas and Fatah. As a result, Palestinians are unable to make inevitable compromises. We must put aside the concept of an Israeli-Palestinian agreement in favor of an Israeli-Arab agreement as the only realistic means to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Mr. Melamed is also the author of "Inside the Middle East: Making Sense of the Most Dangerous and Complicated Region on Earth.

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Published July 30, 2005 by Sussex Academic Press.

The Palestinian Arabs of the area that is today Israel, weren’t even called Palestinians .

The Palestinian Arabs of the area that is today Israel, weren’t even called Palestinians, at the time. That word was reserved to, surprise, the Jews living there. The Arabs simply referred to themselves as Arabs. This conflict is not about semantics and I actually believe it’s not even about land, it’s about identity, right to self determination and the right for independence.

The Camp David Summit of 2000 was a formative event in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian relations. It was the most comprehensive effort ever to resolve a hundred-year conflict. Yet it not only ended in failure but was immediately followed by the eruption of unprecedented violence. This book brings together American, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators who participated in the summit-as well as experts who prepared the material for the negotiators, and academics who specialize in the methodology of peace negotiations-to confront the different versions of what happened at Camp David. With a message from President Bill Clinton and chapters by Shimon Shamir, Itamar Rabinovich, Sari Nusseibeh and Martin Indyk, the subjects examined include: Israeli negotiators, Palestinian perspectives, American participants, the Barak version and its critics, the negotiation experts, academic perspectives, and the Clinton parameters. The volume concludes with a political debate on the way forward. The Camp David Summit-What Went Wrong?is essential reading for all those interested in Israeli-Arab relations, the Middle East, international diplomacy, and conflict resolution.