Tag: Oslo process
Banging Square Pegs Into Round Holes
December 24, 2008 | Amb. Dore Gold
Throughout 2008, U.S. mediation on the outlines of a settlement were once again the equivalent of banging a square peg into a round hole: the territorial demands of the Palestinian leadership did not fit into the territorial space Israel could afford to vacate without compromising its minimal security needs as well as its most important historical rights, especially in Jerusalem.
Starting Over After Oslo
August 22, 2002 | Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg
The optimistic assumptions and mechanisms that guided Palestinian-Israeli negotiations under the "Oslo" process proved unrealistic and fatally flawed. This failure is reflected in two years of Palestinian terrorism and the catastrophic leadership of the Palestinian Authority. The realization that the core of the conflict remains the rejection of Israel as a Jewish state has fundamentally changed the framework for negotiations.
A New Diplomacy . . .
October 17, 2000 | Amb. Dore Gold
Reshuffled Deck on Syrian-Israeli Negotiations
June 12, 2000 | Amb. Dore Gold
No Security, No Peace
March 29, 1997 | Amb. Dore Gold