Barriers to Peace in Israeli Peacemaking — Process and Substance

Galia Golan / Palestine-Israel Journal (May 20, 2014)
The particular approach, process, and substance of past negotiations may have served as a barrier to successful peacemaking. Read More >

Briefing call - “Michael Sfard on Israel’s Illegal Outpost Policy”

Americans for Peace Now / (May 7,  2012)
Briefing call with Michael Sfard, an international human rights lawyer, who discusses the implications of Israel's illegal outpost policy. Read More >

Israel's Bunker Mentality

Ronald R. Krebs / Foreign Affairs (November/December 2011)
Israel's occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip during the 1967 War significantly impacted the country's domestic politics by transforming its once optimistic character into an aggressively nationalistic and cynical one.  Read More >

 

APN's Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court of the United States of America

Americans for Peace Now / (October, 4 2011)
APN's amicus brief calling on the Supreme Court to uphold the Executive Branch's sole prerogative to determine U.S. foreign policy related to the recognition of sovereignty in Jerusalem. The brief further addresses the way in which the U.S. Department of State records the birthplace of American citizens born in Jerusalem in documents issued by the U.S. government.  Read More >

 

 

And Thou Shalt Spread…: Construction and Development of Settlements Beyond the Official Limits of Jurisdiction

Hagit Ofran and Dror Etkes / Peace Now (June 2007)
Report explaining the rapid construction of Israeli settlements outside "settlement areas." Read More >

The Disengagement Plan - General Outline

April 18, 2004

Adopted by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in the absence of a Palestinian peace partner and to ensure Israel's long-term security. Called for the disengagement of Israeli military troops in the Gaza Strip and the removal of 25 settlements in the Gaza Strip and northern parts of the West Bank. Read More >

Democratizing the Refugee Issue - Survey Results

IPCRI (August 16, 2001)
Opinions and views of Palestinian refugee issues from surveys conducted in refugee camps in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Read More >

 

Mitchell Report of the "Al-Aqsa Intifada"

ICPRI (May 20, 2001)
Investigation of the possible causes of the al-Aqsa Intifada, demonstrations between unarmed Palestinian civilians and Israeli police on the same day of Ariel Sharon's visit to Haram al Sharif/Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Gives recommendations to end the violence, rebuild confidence through the prevention of terrorism and the freeze of settlement activity, and eventually resume negotiations.  Read More >

Democratizing the Refugee Issue - Recommendations

IPCRI (April 16, 2001)
Recommendations based on refugees' perspectives towards negotiations and the reality of refugee camps during 48 town-hall meetings in 9 different refugee camps in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Read More >

 

The Clinton Parameters

IPCRI (December 23, 2000)
After Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat failed to achieve a peace agreement at the Camp David Summit in July, 2000, U.S. President Bill Clinton offered guidelines as a basis for future negotiations.  Read More >

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