Geneva Initiative Annexes
Geneva Initiative Annexes

Search:

Search
Search Keyword cairo Total 50 results found.

1. Oslo and Camp David: One and the Same?
(News Room/News - 2018)
Analysis on the Cairo Review of lessons from past negotiations by GI co-founder Yossi Beilin

...gypt and act decisively to resolve the political impasse by ensuring the full implementation of the 2017 Cairo Agreement. One thing is certain, Palestinian sovereignty and statehood will remain an i...

...   The report in the the privately-owned Egyptian newspaper Al Shorouk cited an Arab diplomat in Cairo, who warned that the Palestinians may in the future “regret” not having accep...

...Haaretz Hebrew edition. It is the second cultural center China has established in the Middle East, after Cairo.  ...

... the Middle East Issue Gong Xiaosheng told Xinhua in a recent interview.   Gong, who arrived in Cairo after his visit to Israel and Palestine, said Israel and Palestine welcome the "four...

...een the two rival Palestinian factions, President Trump’s special envoy to the Middle East visited Cairo on Thursday to help move those talks along while trying to ensure that the Egyptians do n...

...est Bank, but attempts often fell apart.   Delegations from the two rivals had been in talks in Cairo this week to work out the details of the administrative handover, including security in G...

...d not all of them. Later, after the French overthrew Faisal, Winston Churchill rushed to announce at the Cairo Conference in March 1921 the granting of East Jordan (about 91,000 square kilometers) to ...

...e full article)   Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi and Jordan's King Abdullah said in a Cairo meeting on Tuesday that a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict not based on a two...

...ommittee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space Affairs and finally the reopening of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo after it had been closed for four years.   Egypt’s moves to resolve the Pa...

11. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...gypt, the most important Arab country, and even the Arab League’s headquarters were relocated from Cairo to Tunis. But then came the Saudi-led Arab Initiative, approved by all of the Arab states...

12. A Tapestry of Conflict
(News Room/News - 2015)
...By the end of the 19th century it was a self-conscious identity in the major cities of the east, such as Cairo, Beirut and Baghdad. In these urban centers Jews took part in the Arab cultural renaissan...

13. From Gaza to comprehensive peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...anage a project of such huge dimensions.   Secondly, the ambitious agenda for the next round of Cairo talks scheduled to resume next month includes issues that go well beyond a cease-fire. Fo...

...rticle]   Negotiations to end the fighting in Gaza are at an impasse. In the talks under way in Cairo, Israel made a reasonable demand for the demilitarization of Gaza, but no country has rai...

15. How Israel should deal with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...outhern branch of the Islamic movement in Israel, the Sufis, and even elements at Al Azhar University in Cairo. And there are more like these, whether they say it out loud or whether they recognise Is...

...e Palestinians ever could. Israelis were certain that the day after the Muslim Brotherhood took power in Cairo the treaty would be canceled. It wasn’t. They assume the new military rulers are ju...

17. The Two-State Imperative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...the tenacious Palestinian attachment to the so-called right of return. Well, ask the Jews of Baghdad and Cairo, the Greeks of Asia Minor, the Turks of Greece and the ethnic Germans of Poland and Hunga...

18. The Scourge of Mideast Skepticism
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...s critical country’s internal politics is limited, and for good reason. But even amid the chaos in Cairo, American diplomacy aimed at resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an important s...

19. Seminar for Shas political party members
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
On June 18 we held a seminar for members of the ultra-orthodox Shas community in Israel. The seminar featured expert spea

20. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
By Ehud Barak, Wall Street Journal 20.03.2013 via Wall Street Journal (click here for the original article)   Upon former Prime Minsiter and Defense Minister, Ehud Barak's last days in offi

... international pressure to resume low-level border talks that began last month. However, his comments in Cairo on Sunday seemed to close the door to further negotiations because Israeli Prime Minister...

...the Quartet. These kinds of critical details will need to be addressed before the two sides reconvene in Cairo on February 18 as they have agreed to do.   Perhaps the more interesting questio...

...amas seized control of the Gaza Strip in 2007.   Members of several Palestinian factions met in Cairo on Thursday as part of reconciliation efforts between Fatah and Hamas.   Intensi...

...ive in Jerusalem Wednesday for separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian officials before traveling to Cairo and Paris, US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Friday.   "...

...ere movements based on the democratic values cherished in the West.   Speaking of the crowds in Cairo’s Tahrir Square and elsewhere during the “Arab Spring,” Kouchner said, ...

...gning the reconciliation agreement is the price paid by the Hamas refugees from Damascus for the trip to Cairo. The decision to open the gates of Rafah, like the pressure on Hamas to sign the treaty, ...

...coming the most popular leader on the Palestinian street. By creating a single Palestinian address, the Cairo Agreement can be an opportunity both for Palestinians and for us. ...

28. Next, an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... to appear cavalier about the occupation of the Palestinians.   The president made clear in his Cairo speech that Palestinian statehood is not simply an internal Israeli affair, nor is Israel...

...pt. The domestic shockwaves there have not crossed the border with Israel. The provisional government in Cairo responded with restraint to the Israel Air Force strikes in the Gaza Strip. And in an int...

30. A man, a plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
by David Remnick, the New Yorker 21.3.2011 via New Yorker (click here)   Psychobiography in politics is ordinarily a mug’s game. Sometimes, though, an assessment of inherited traits a

31. A Plan for Peace That Still Could Be
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...t Obama has signaled his determination to support democratization in the region, as promised in his 2009 Cairo speech, and not to remain tied to authoritarian regimes.   In Israel, by contras...

32. Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...tate of mind, though; the freeways and beaches, universities and start-ups bring to mind California, not Cairo. “That’s kind of what they’re going for,” says a waitress, taking...

...United States.   President Shimon Peres and his Egyptian counterpart, Hosni Mubarak, who met in Cairo on Sunday, expressed support for direct talks.   "The time element is criti...

...mmittee, was somewhat vague about its conclusions at the press conference that followed the meeting in Cairo. "There is agreement, but only about the way the talks will be held and the subje...

35. Netanyahu prepared to start negotiations
(News Room/News - 2010)
...rity as early as next Sunday, Netanyahu said, days in advance of Thursday’s Arab League meeting in Cairo. The Arab League is expected to determine whether or not the Palestinians should hold dir...

...did I describe that special relationship and condemn those who would try to drive a rift between us in Cairo in front of a Muslim audience, but if you look at our actions -- and Prime Minister Neta...

37. Time for U.S. Middle East Peace Plan?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...inistration in 2000 and 2001."   It's been a year since President Obama gave his speech at Cairo University in which he vowed that "America will not turn our backs on the legitimate...

... 4: Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat sign an autonomy accord in Cairo. 1995: Sept 28: The parties sign Oslo II, extending Palestinian autonomy in the...

39. Mitchell's moment of truth
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ducting negotiations with Egypt on a proposal to make the Middle East a nuclear-free zone — a goal Cairo has long sought. The implication is that if Netanyahu continues to be obstructive on the ...

By: Michael Slackman and Laura Kasinof, NYT 01.05.2010   CAIRO — Arab ministers on Saturday again endorsed staging indirect talks between Palestinians and Israelis, formally resurrectin

... speech by Obama in Jerusalem's Old City, addressed to all the people in the region and evocative of his Cairo speech to the Muslim world in June 2009, could be the culminating event in this journey f...

...ce plan, it would mark a return to the ambitious themes the president sounded in his June 2009 speech in Cairo.   A political battle royal is likely to begin soon, with Israeli officials and ...

43. Bibi’s Tense Time-Out
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ith Arabs disillusioned by the failure of the pre-emptive Nobel Prize winner to make good on his vaunted Cairo promise to resolve the Palestinian issue.   Besides, there is no love lost betwe...

44. Signs of life in the peace process
(News Room/News - 2010)
...umed - will underpin any lasting agreement, there is movement. Arab League foreign ministers, meeting in Cairo this week, have given their backing to the resumption of talks between Israelis and Pales...

45. Hard Mideast Truths
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...d, “Forswear annexation; stop settlement activity.” Fast-forward 20 years to Barack Obama in Cairo: “The United States does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlements...

46. Hard Mideast Truths
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...d, “Forswear annexation; stop settlement activity.” Fast-forward 20 years to Barack Obama in Cairo: “The United States does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlements...

...k Obama was elected president of the United States in the interim. In his speech to the Islamic world in Cairo, he called for a complete freeze on settlements. When the American president does this, I...

... that the current paralysis will end soon. The Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was recently in Cairo meeting the Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian and Jordanian foreign minister...

...ce talks with his counterpart Hosni Mubarak.   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Mubarak in Cairo earlier this week. According to the Prime Minister's Office, "The two leaders discus...

...argued that Obama has to make a major speech in Israel, to Israelis themselves, which would parallel his Cairo speech to the world of Islam, and upgrade his relationship with the Israeli people. This ...

1