Geneva Initiative Annexes
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1. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...thermore his position in Washington’s corridors of power is inferior to that of Israel. George W. Bush and Condoleezza Rice personally liked Sharon and Olmert. The cold relationship between Obam...

2. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ish and democratic.” The party waves as an example a letter sent by former US President George W. Bush to the late Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. The main message of that letter was the need to es...

... on previous official negotiations, international resolutions, the Quartet Roadmap, Clinton Parameters, Bush Vision, and Arab Peace Initiative.”   According to the survey, which sampled...

4. Destroying the Negotiations
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...y to put into practice what is known in the military as "automatic fire" or "a planned ambush." Israel jumped at the opportunity and rushed to announce the immediate suspension of ...

...ynical) when he was already an outgoing prime minister with no political power or legitimacy. President Bush and Condoleeza Rice told him then that no agreement would result from his offer. Even a lef...

6. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...is considered provocative and unacceptable during negotiation. In addition, Israel was obligated by the Bush Roadmap to cease settlement while the PA was required to bring an end to the second intifad...

7. Romney vs. Obama on the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...bama did argue for occasionally voicing differences with Israel: in 2009, he reflected on the George W. Bush administration and said, "[T]here was no space between us and Israel, and what did we ...

...ave been intimately involved in peacemaking efforts over the past 20 years under Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Obama, and I know that Abbas and Netanyahu carry the weight of their peop...

...ene in Jerusalem. This is not outrageous news. Until today the Quartet, born from the work of George W. Bush and Ariel Sharon, has not succeeded in promoting peace. But while Netanyahu is unwilling to...

...r side but because of the election. The previous government had left a thick file on negotiations based Bush's letter, Annapolis, and the Roadmap. They talked about everything--Jerusalem, refugees, bo...

...o negotiate on borders. The concept of settlement blocs have already received approval in a letter from Bush to Sharon, and even Beilin and Abed Rabbo wrote about it. You can make it a seminal idea in...

...sins is the surrender of then- Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to the desire of then-U.S. President George Bush to allow Hamas, which supports terrorism, to participate in the Palestinian Legislative Cou...

13. Zionist diplomacy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...specifics, such as the current administration’s refusal to recognize previous president George W. Bush’s implied support, in a 2004 exchange of letters with prime minister Ariel Sharon, fo...

... president told Al Jazeera that Israel agreed during the administration of former U.S. President George Bush to return to 1967 borders and to the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusal...

...ional Security advisors Sandy Berger, who served under Bill Clinton, and Stephen Hadley, who was George Bush’s national security advisor, to offer suggestions to the current National Security Co...

16. Lost Innocence
(News Room/News - 2011)
... physical and metaphorical - they are spared the ugliness of the occupation." In 1991, President Bush compelled Prime Minister Shamir to choose between negotiations with a joint delegation comp...

...and for less in politics. What matters, first and foremost, are results.   President George W. Bush believed that he needed to take account of only one half of America’s dual role in th...

18. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...r through the United Nations or by means of an international conference of the kind the first President Bush held in Madrid in 1991. But instead of leaving the parties to talk on their own after the c...

...s disclosed that he and Olmert had finalized an agreement on security issues, which was approved by the Bush administration, Olmert himself and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The document remains i...

...bas revealed that he and Olmert had finalized an agreement on security issues which was approved by the Bush administration, Olmert himself, and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. He said the document ...

21. Encountering Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ng to build on land that will eventually be part of a Palestinian state.   President George W. Bush made the same demand, and even wrote it into the road map, but I guess no one really took h...

...English.news.cn 21.09.2010 On english.news.cn   Officials in former U.S. President George W. Bush's administration had agreed to allow 100, 000 Palestinian refugees to settle in the United ...

...By Michael Schwartz, CNN 20.09.2010 via CNN   The United States under President George W. Bush was prepared to take in 100,000 Palestinian refugees as part of a Middle East peace deal, f...

...eement will be reached by the end of the Jewish year. · About the Americans: President Bush was always perceived by Israelis as the greatest friend of Israel and there was perhaps nev...

... U.S. officials are in the room; instead, they take positions designed to elicit American approval. The Bush administration tried trilateral talks, and the two sides argued more when we were present t...

26. Tough Road Ahead in Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...nd former senior director for Middle East affairs on the National Security Council during the George W. Bush administration.   Click here for full article in The Hill.   ...

27. Time for U.S. Middle East Peace Plan?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...e by the administration early on to engage with those countries and players in the region with whom the Bush administration was not willing to engage.   There's no love lost between the Pales...

...more or less what a solution looks like." He repeated what, since the latter part of the George W. Bush administration, has become a mantra for framing the dispute: an end to the occupation that ...

...that calls for the creation of a Palestinian state by 2005. June 4: Roadmap officially launched by Bush, Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and newly-elected Palestinian prime minister Mahmud Ab...

30. Mitchell's moment of truth
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...arming Hezbollah. Just this week, Obama maintained in place the sanctions against Syria which George W. Bush introduced. But, as the Wall Street Journal reported last Saturday, the United States ...

...regional and international support for the diplomatic process than Presidents Bill Clinton or George W. Bush did in their failed attempts. And tenth, the talks provide a means for public opinion ...

...Q: Do you feel that President Obama has more understanding towards the Palestinian stand than President Bush?   Abbas: President Obama expressed his views. And so did President Bush. Presiden...

... joint Israeli-Palestinian interpretation expanding on the Clinton parameters and clarifying the “Bush vision” before it was elaborated into the “two-states for two peoples” eq...

34. We need to take this seriously
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...hey could demonstrate US activity in support of peace, and they cited the experience of the Clinton and Bush administrations. The opposite also holds true. The implication of the Petraeus statement ...

... The glimmers of daylight between United States and Israeli interests began during President George W. Bush’s administration, when the United States became mired in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...

..., the national security advisers to Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford, the first President George Bush and President Bill Clinton, advocated such a move, according to several current and former ...

...; Brent Scowcroft, who served as national security adviser for presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush, spoke up first, according to a senior administration official. He urged Obama to launch a ...

...er III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. Baker, who served as President George H. W. Bush's secretary of state, generally maintains a low profile, especially on such controversial i...

...ct based on existing international resolutions such as the Quartet Roadmap, the Clinton Parameters, the Bush Vision and the Arab Peace Initiative.   The meeting took place just days before La...

...ious official negotiations, international resolutions, the Quartet Roadmap, the Clinton Parameters, the Bush Vision and the Arab Peace Initiative. He was speaking to EurActiv Slovakia's Radovan Geis...

...ious official negotiations, international resolutions, the Quartet Roadmap, the Clinton Parameters, the Bush Vision and the Arab Peace Initiative. He was speaking to EurActiv Slovakia's Radovan Geis...

42. The Visionary of the Palestinian State
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... has undertaken to date.   In June 2002, when Palestinian terrorism was at its apex, President Bush asked the Israeli government to renew the transfer of Palestinian tax funds. As we all know...

43. There is no place for 'no-solutionists'
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...srael and its neighbors is key for American interests, too, as often pointed out by President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. Therefore, even if political leaders assess that the prospects ...

...ve stopped; they have stopped since the departure of Olmert. Here I remember that (US President George) Bush said to me: You have done everything you should have done, and I have done everything I sho...

... as well as the Jewish community in Hebron itself. Olmert reached a verbal understanding with the Bush administration to the effect that Israel would receive American financial aid to develop th...

...nst Iran and defense backing for Israel - in some areas even more than what was on the table during the Bush administration - in return for a pullout from the territories and a Palestinian state. ...

...isters, and his unfavorable rating is only four points higher than the unfavorable rating for George W. Bush, who is routinely characterized as very popular among Israelis. A majority (55 percent) bel...

...inion that there is a positive change in the American policy under Obama as compared with the Bush era. The majority (59.5%) did not see such a change. 51.8 % of the respondents believe...

49. Palestinians should trust Obama
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...over the past decades inexorably led to official support for the creation of a Palestinian state by the Bush administration, and to the formation of the Quartet, which embodied international support. ...

50. Arab Reaction to Obama’s Mideast Policy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... government’s absolute bias in favour of Israel, bias that reached its climax under the George W. Bush. But over the past few months, Obama has spoken a different language. He seems genuinely fo...

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