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Israelis versus Palestinians: Is There a Way Out?

Brecher, Michael ; Brecher, Irving

International Journal, September 2001, Vol.56(3), pp.519-526 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Israelis versus Palestinians: Is There a Way Out?
  • Autor: Brecher, Michael ; Brecher, Irving
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology ; International Relations
  • É parte de: International Journal, September 2001, Vol.56(3), pp.519-526
  • Descrição: The article looks at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict & presents a possible first step toward a more enduring conflict resolution. The report of the Mitchell commission is suggested as a major step out of the current violent situation. The plan blames neither side for the upheaval & proposes a three-stage set of recommendations. Stage one calls for an unconditional cessation of violence. Stage two institutes a cooling-off period, with efforts by both sides to condemn & discourage incitement. Stage three is a return to serious negotiations. Brecher & Brecher argue that the negotiations must be based on mutual recognition & that a breakthough would require Sharon to formally declare that the Israeli government accepts the right of the Palestinians to an independent state. Arafat would have to reciprocate by refusing to resort to violence to achieve Palestinian political goals. J. Backman
  • Idioma: Inglês

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