By Elie Podeh
Drawing on a newly constructed theoretical definition of “missed opportunity,” Chances for Peace makes use of huge resources in English, Hebrew, and Arabic to systematically degree the potentiality degrees of chance throughout a few 90 years of tried negotiations within the Arab-Israeli clash. With enlightening revelations that defy traditional knowledge, this examine presents a balanced account of the main major makes an attempt to forge peace, initiated via the world’s superpowers, the Arabs (including the Palestinians), and Israel. From Arab-Zionist negotiations on the finish of global warfare I to the next partition, the aftermath of the 1967 struggle and the Sadat Initiative, and diverse agreements through the Eighties and Nineteen Nineties, concluding with the Annapolis convention in 2007 and the Abu Mazen-Olmert talks in 2008, pioneering student Elie Podeh makes use of empirical standards and numerous secondary resources to evaluate the protagonists’ roles at greater than dozen key junctures.
A source that brings jointly historiography, political technological know-how, and the perform of peace negotiation, Podeh’s insightful exploration additionally showcases possibilities that have been not ignored. 3 agreements specifically (Israeli-Egyptian, 1979; Israeli-Lebanese, 1983; and Israeli-Jordanian, 1994) light up vital variables for forging new paths to profitable negotiation. by means of using his framework to a vast variety of strength agents and time classes, Podeh additionally sheds mild on a variety of incidents that contradict respectable narratives. This special approach is poised to reshape the area of clash solution.
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Chances for Peace: Missed Opportunities in the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Elie Podeh