Arab Peace Initiative

March 27, 2003 / March 28, 2007
Comprehensive peace initiative that attempts to end the Arab-Israeli conflict by normalizing relations between the entire Arab region and Israel in exchange for a complete withdrawal from the occupied territories (including East Jerusalem) and a "just settlement" of the Palestinian refugee crisis based on UN Resolution 194. Read Document >

Arab Peace Initiative - Resources

Americans for Peace Now (2007)
Transcripts, documents, and articles relating to the Arab Peace Initiative (API), previously known as the Saudi Peace Plan, which was later passed by the Arab Summit in 2002. Read More >

When You Have Not Decided Where to Go, No Wind Can Take You There

Yair Hirschfeld / James Baker III Institute for Public Policy (2007)
Two-part study that features a suggested strategic framework to achieve an Israeli-Arab peace, and discusses the historical evolution of the peace process with a focus on lessons learned. PDF >

When You Have Not Decided Where to Go, No Wind Can Take You There: A Strategy to Achieve a Comprehensive Israeli-Arab Peace

Yair Hirschfeld / James Baker III Institute for Public Policy (2007)
Two-part study that features a suggested strategic framework to achieve an Israeli-Arab peace, and discusses the historical evolution of the peace process with a focus on lessons learned. PDF >

The Limits of American Power: Prosecuting a Middle East Peace

Douglas Sturkey / Edward Elgar Publishing (2007)
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Final Status: Jerusalem and Return

The James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy (2007)
Intensive study that delves into Israeli-Palestinian negotiations over the issues of Jerusalem and refugees. Includes an examination of pertinent theories and styles of negotiations, thorough background on the issues, and guidelines for agreement between the two sides. PDF >

Demographic Profile of Palestinian Migration

The Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Program (2007)
Presents demographic characteristics of Palestinian migration, including refugees both in and outside of the West Bank and Gaza, by examining the evolution of the Palestinian population since the late 19th century. Also examines the differences in demographic and socioeconomic characteristics between migration patterns and populations in host countries. PDF >

Addressing the Palestinian Refugee Issue: A Brief Overview

McGill University / Palestinian Refugee ResearchNet (2007)
Provides a descriptive overview of the course of negotiations from 1991 to 2001 as they pertain to refugees. The report also touches upon issues of donor coordination, economic planning in support of an agreement, as well as the contribution of track II research and dialogue projects. PDF >

Final Status: Jerusalem and Return

The James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy (2007)
Intensive study that delves into Israeli-Palestinian negotiations over the issues of Jerusalem and refugees. Includes an examination of pertinent theories and styles of negotiations, thorough background on the issues, and guidelines for agreement between the two sides. PDF >

Jerusalem - Between the Defensive Barrier and a Settlement or an "Historical Basin" and an "Outlying Neighborhood"

Senat (2007)
Report concluding that, despite 40 years of Israeli attempts at unifying Jerusalem, the city functions as two distinct capitals. Also finds that the city can be divided between East and West on a demographic basis. PDF >

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