Traction...and Closet Negotiations

Bird, Eugene
July 2001
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Jul2001, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p26
Comments on different proposals to end the violence and negotiate a peaceful resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Key recommendations of the report issued by United States Senator George Mitchell's fact-finding committee; Egyptian-Jordanian proposal prior to the release of the Mitchell report. INSET: An Overview of Two Proposals.


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