How to solve the Palestinian refugee problem

Akiva Eldar / Ha'aretz (May 29, 2001)
Summary of the positions of Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams, as well as a number of understandings reached, at the Taba Summit in 2001. Read More >

"Non-Paper": Israeli Private Response on Palestinian Refugees

January 23, 2001
Response from the Israeli negotiating team at Taba to the PLO's statement on refugees on January 22, 2001. Read More >

Palestinian Statement on Refugees

January 22, 2001
Position on refugees, in regard to a final status agreement, presented by the PLO negotiating team at Taba. Read More >

The Role of Hamas in the Aqsa Intifada

Meir Litvak / Tel Aviv Notes (January 18, 2001)
Details Hamas' role at the outset of the second Intifada and in influencing the nature of the uprising, as well as its relationship with the Palestinian Authority and Yasir Arafat. PDF >

Perceptions of Palestine: Their Influence on U.S. Middle East Policy

Kathleen Christison / University of California Press (2001)
Book Review (Amazon.com) | CampusBooks

The Jerusalem Problem: The Search for Solutions

Gershon Baskin / Palestine-Israel Journal (2001)
The founder of the Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information looks at eighty-five years of efforts to resolve the issues of Jerusalem sovereignty, with a particular focus on the Camp David summit in 2000. Read More >

A Report on the Psychological Effects of Overcrowding in Refugee Camps in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

Dr. Randa Farah / International Development Research Centre (2000)
Report that provides an overview of the issue of overcrowding in refugee camps in the West Bank and Gaza, deals with the causes and effects of overcrowding, lists relevant priorities and recommendations, and gives a sense of the problem as expressed by refugees and workers in the camps. Read More >

Jerusalem's Holy Places and the Peace Process

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (1998)
Marshall Breger and Thomas A. Idinopulos author this thorough analysis of more than four hundred years of Jerusalem's history in an effort to glean practical, operational lessons from the Ottoman, British, Jordanian, and Israeli control of the city and its holy sites. Read More >

Yitzhak Rabin

60 Minutes (1995)
Mike Wallace and Bob Simon report on the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. They examine the influence of the conservative Likud party, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, and radical right-wing groups like Kahane Chai, both of which opposed the Oslo peace process. (14:21) Watch >

East Jerusalem: A Case Study in Political Planning

Sarah Kaminker / Palestine-Israel Journal (1995)
A former member of the Jerusalem City Council provides an overview of how Israel has used city planning to gain control of 87% of the land of East Jerusalem. Read More >

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