The Israel-Palestine Conflict: Parallel Discourses - UCLA Center for Middle East Development CMED series by Elizabeth G. Matthews
The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is intractable to many parties and is often characterized by violence between the two sides. In peace attempts, the starting point for negotiations is…
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The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is intractable to many parties and is often characterized by violence between the two sides. In peace attempts, the starting point for negotiations is to stop the violence.
Under this, there is a whole host of other issues that need to be addressed. This unique text brings together Israeli and Palestinian perspectives on a number of key issues and topics, illustrating points of agreement as well as divergent views.
The chapters first address three issues that require compromise and a resolution to conclude a peace treaty - water, refugees, borders, land and settlements - and then three important concepts that can impede or promote peace: democracy and human rights, a culture of peace and education. Thus, the book provides an invaluable opportunity to understand, at least in part, the divergent and even convergent interests and understandings of Israelis and Palestinians on important issues and concepts of the peace process.
As such, it will be a valuable source of training courses on conflict resolution, the Middle East peace process, and political science.
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