A possible peace between Israel and Palestine

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By Statement by Menachem Klein ; translated by Haim Watzman.
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Subtitle an insider's account of the Geneva initiative
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A possible peace between Israel and Palestine
Authors Menachem Klein
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Description In 2003, after two years of negotiation, a group of prominent Israelis and Palestinians signed a model peace treaty. The document, popularly called the Geneva Initiative, contained detailed provisions resolving all outstanding issues between Israel and the Palestinian people, including drawing a border between Israel and Palestine, dividing Jerusalem, and determining the status of Palestinian refugees. The negotiators presented this citizens' initiative to the Israeli and Palestinian peoples and urged them to accept it. Although the Geneva Initiative was not endorsed by the governments of either side, it has become a fundamental term of reference for solving the Middle East conflict. In this account, Menachem Klein explains how and why these groups were able to achieve agreement. He addresses the formation of the Israeli and Palestinian teams, how they managed their negotiations, and their communications with both governments. He also discusses the role of third-party facilitators and the strategy behind marketing the Geneva Initiative to the public.
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Subtitle An Insider's Account of the Geneva Initiative
Title A Possible Peace Between Israel and Palestine

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