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This is the News that We've Been Waiting For


Secretary of State John Kerry Announces the Resumption of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations.

Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are set to resume peace talks after years of a diplomatic lull.


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APN Legislative Round-Up: Week ending July 19, 2013

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Ha'aretz: "Poll: Most rightist Israelis would support Palestinian state, dividing Jerusalem"


Two-state principles presented to respondents include Israel for Jews and Palestine for Palestinians, with Palestinian refugees having the right to return only to their new country.

Ha'aretz | By Barak Ravid | Dec.31, 2012 | 1:50 AM

Two opinion surveys conducted by different Israeli pollsters in December show that most Likud-Beiteinu and the further-right Habayit Hayehudi voters would support a peace agreement establishing a demilitarized Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders, Israel's retention of major settlement blocs and a division of Jerusalem. The two polls also revealed that two thirds of all Israelis support such an agreement.

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Last month, on September 11th, we sat down to begin drafting this letter to tell you about the vital work of Americans for Peace Now (APN) and the Israeli Peace Now movement.

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Implementing a Negotiated Settlement on the Palestinian Refugee Question: The International Dimensions

Chatham House (2012)
Outlines possible international contributions (and implications) to implementing a comprehensive solution to the refugee question based on wide consultations and reflection on existing technical preparatory activities. Read More >

Does the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict Still Matter?

Shibley Telhami / The Brookings Institution (June 2008)
Analysis of some of the emerging trends in public attitudes and whether there has been a change over time in the degree to which Arabs assign importance to this issue. Also analyzes Arab public attitudes toward Israel, Israeli power, and the prospect of Middle East peace. PDF >

The Cost of Occupation

Shlomo Swirski / Adva Center (June 2008)
Presents the social, economic, military and political price that Israel has been paying for its continuing occupation of Palestinian territories. The report also addresses benefits that some Israelis receive from the occupation and contrasts them with its long-term costs. PDF >

Outpost Backgrounder

Americans for Peace Now (January 2008)
Background and analysis of illegal settlement outposts, their history, the strategy behind them, and the Israeli government's response. Read More >

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