Prophets without honor : the 2000 Camp David Summit and the end of the two-state solution / Shlomo Ben-Ami.

"The Israeli-Palestinian peace process is the story of the defining failure of the entire two-state peace paradigm, a rote religion that still dominates the international discourse on Palestine. In its two first parts - Anatomy of a Seminal Mis-encounter and A Savage War for Peace - this book i...

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Main Author: Ben-Ami, Shlomo (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2022]
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Table of Contents:
  • PART I
  • Anatomy of a Seminal Misencounter
  • First Steps, Harsh Truths
  • "A Secluded Northern Castle"
  • Back to Square One
  • Longing for Hizballah
  • Forcing the Leaders' Hand
  • A Conceivable Endgame?
  • The Promise of an American Steamroller
  • Inauspicious Beginnings
  • Clinton: "We Have Exhausted the Beauty of this Place"
  • A Gamechanger (or so it looked..)
  • O Jerusalem (and its lies...)
  • Saeb Erakat: "Arafat is Interested in a Crisis"
  • Albright's Intermezzo; Clinton's Last Push
  • Our Faintest Hour
  • Arafat: "Barak Has Gone Beyond my Partner Rabin"
  • Making Most of Success
  • Moments of Grace on Precipice Edge
  • A Savage War for Peace
  • "With Our Blood and Soul We'll redeem Palestine"
  • Diplomacy Under Fire
  • Trapped in No-Win Conditions
  • Neither Inspiring nor Intimidating
  • "Take it or Leave It"
  • The Clinton Peace Parameters
  • "A Crime Against the Palestinian People"
  • Barak in a Cage of Doves
  • Taba: "The Boss Doesn't Want an Agreement"
  • Post Mortem
  • Part III. 2001-2020: A Story of Promise and Deceit
  • The Conversion of the Hawks
  • The Impossible Triangle: Obama-Netanyahu-Abbas
  • The Geneva Understandings as a Parable
  • The Failed Zionization of Palestine
  • The International Community
  • A Broken Reed
  • The Occupation's Traits of Permanence
  • PART IV. Denouements
  • Ominous Unravellings
  • Exit Oslo, Enter Madrid
  • PART V. Defying the Logic of Conflict Resolution
  • Palestine
  • A Comparative Perspective.