Geneva Initiative Annexes
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 Delayed US peace plan. Economic relief in the Palesitnian Territories. Violence in West Bank and Gaza. These developments moved the Two-State Index up by 0.6% in August.  Read the full

2. Lessons From Bahrain
(News Room/News - 2018)
Economic incentives or compromising bribes? Dr. Lior Lehrs writes in the Jerusalem Post about why the Bahrain workshop was so unsuccessful in promoting the peace process, and how to move forward from

3. Russian-Speakers Tour of the Gaza Envelope
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
... the border with Gaza, Dr. Arieli gave participants an arsenal of knowledge and insight into the strategic, economic, and security-related issues in the Gaza Strip and envelope. Our participants left ...

.... Hopefully, the US will accept the message; perhaps their failure to bring officials from both sides to an economic workshop in Bahrain, let alone to the real negotiating table, will bring the lesson...

5. American Support for Peace
(News Room/News - 2018)
...nt partners for peace.   Read more about the Peace Act here: https://en.globes.co.il/en/article-us-economic-aid-bill-for-palestinians-proposed-1001288631 ...

6. Two-State Index goes up by 1% in June
(News Room/News - 2018)
 New elections in Israel, an American economic workshop in Bahrain, a ceasefire in Gaza: read our analysis and watch the latest video from the Two-State Index report here.  The TSI is a

7. Message from Ramallah
(News Room/News - 2018)
... and not just because of its relations with Israel. The internal tension is increasing, and the distressing economic situation threatens the government. Our hosts, for their part, do everything ...

...in an impossibility without genuine unity. There can be no state in Gaza and no state without Gaza.  Economic growth, meanwhile, in the West Bank is insufficient to keep the Palestinian economy...

... and the territories acquired after 1967? What does differentiation mean for Israel's future diplomatic and economic relations with the world? The latest edition of the Two-State Index answers these...

10. Advanced Leadership Course in Ramallah
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...who spoke about the opportunities and challenges faced by Palestinian youth under the current political and economic reality. Dr. Majali also spoke about the importance of entrepreneurship and small p...

11. Seminar for Palestinian and Israeli Business Leaders
(Events/Joint Activities - 2018)
...siness leaders.    The group met with experts in the fields of economic development, regional cooperation and peacebuilding, and learned about how economic...

12. Conference in Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...Palestinian People’s Party, Dr. Ahmad Yosef, a Hamas leader, and Dr. Sameer Abu Madallah, lecturer of Economics in Al Azhar University.    This event provided the participants with...

13. Israel’s Self-Inflicted Wounds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
... love. True, the Israeli Army is stronger than any other army in the Middle East. And yes, Israel’s economic prowess is world renowned: In China, India and Silicon Valley, Israel’s techn...

...leadership committee also decided to formulate a plan for disengaging from Israel, in terms of security and economics, including the agreements reached as part of the "Paris Protocol." &nb...

...nbsp;and promotes regional stability. China declared that it intends to do so by mostly using positive economic leverages, instead of exerting political pressures. The Beijing meeting result...

...ng from its status as a world power, China is also investing in the Palestinian Authority and has developed economic leverage as well, he said.   Bar, who said that his trip was coordinated w...

...ive strategy, by which it should present Chinese culture in all countries in which it maintains diplomatic, economic and cultural ties,” the Chinese cultural attache told the Haaretz Hebrew edit...

...oting peace, all parties should consider such issues as post-war reconstruction, humanitarian aid and local economic and social development, instead of only focusing on the anti-terrorism campaigns an...

...rictions that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip (in terms of traffic to and from the region, and in terms of economic activity); and Hamas itself has experienced acute strategic distress in recent year...

... PA officials said to berate Kahlon on settlements; US envoy Greenblatt lauds 'important progress... on key economic issues'   Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon held rare direct talks Sunday nigh...

...gust 1922, stated that the British Mandate "should create in the country political, administrative and economic conditions that guarantee the establishment of the Jewish national homeland." ...

... Greenblatt will meet with PLO chief negotiator Saeb Erakat, Palestinian intelligence chief Majed Faraj and economic advisor to President Abbas, Muhammad Mustafa. A senior Palestinian official said th...

...the Palestinians, “we can lay the groundwork now for a positive change in the day-to-day security and economic reality on the regional level, as well as in the Palestinian context.” &nbs...

...e are very poor cities, which are on the lowest, first rung of the Central Bureau of Statistics’ socioeconomic ladder and are expected to be annexed by Israel under any land-swap scenario for pe...

...id, with Israel retaining control over the border with Jordan. Friedman pushed for a focus on Palestinian economic development instead, which many Palestinians see as a delaying tactic for coming to...

...likely affect the top tiers of Israeli society. Yet those near bottom of the ladder will inevitably face an economic nightmare. The only solution is for both Israelis and Palestinians to have their ow...

...dvance the peace process. However, no significant progress has been made since.   The focus was on economic incentives. But these aren't the ones that are likely to have much impact. An effec...

...r the local council or education system – this can reach 80 percent.   In addition, the socioeconomic report published recently by the Central Bureau of Statistics indicates a socioecon...

Poll conducted by the Brookings Institute finds that over the past year, the support for imposing economic sanctions and taking more serious measures on Israeli settlements has gone up from 37% to 46%

...anization since the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993. The first was in 1995, between Israel’s then-economics minister Yossi Beilin and then-deputy chairman of the PLO, Mahmoud Abbas. They rea...

31. Is Israel annexing West Bank Area C?
(News Room/News - 2016)
...transfer 20% of Area C to Palestinian civilian jurisdiction (Area B). Israel will also be asked to halt its economic expansion in Area C — namely, the increased presence and development of Israe...

32. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ed. Israel is the only country in the area whose stability is not in question. It is a strong country, both economically and militarily, and it has the ability and willingness to defend its essential ...

...ace and stability in the region." The Foreign Affairs Council was asked to assemble proposals for economic, security, and diplomatic incentives over the next few months, aimed at persuading ...

...f the Religious Committee in the city of Bat-Yam, said that after years of focusing primarily on social and economic issues, Shas voters and activists are beginning to understand how crucial and urgen...

...y. Even a superstructure – a federation or confederation – will require separation, because the economic and technological disparity is immense, and we have to avoid economic colonialism. ...

...unanimously by all other Security Council members, and for several decades our support has included massive economic and military aid, amounting to about $8 million per day. This financial commitment ...

...t two years concerning the economy of the West Bank and what could transpire if the PA were given access to economic activity in Area C, the 61% of the West Bank under total Israeli control: Revenue...

... and by the Israeli army, including settlement expansion, land appropriation, demolition of houses, Israeli economic development of settlements' industrial zones in West Bank Area C (under Israeli con...

...ile addressing the diplomatic issue as little as necessary. Thinking that if she focused only on social and economic issues while dimming her party’s character as the standard-bearer of a diplom...

... to uphold the status quo – or “manage the conflict,” as the government likes to say. The economic situation, U.S. position and the weakening power of both Hamas and neighboring Arab...

41. The Settlement Enterprise Has Failed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
... to uphold the status quo – or “manage the conflict,” as the government likes to say. The economic situation, U.S. position and the weakening power of both Hamas and neighboring Arab...

42. GI-PPC - Addendum to the G.I. Water Annex
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...and usage of the shared water resources for both surface water catchment and shared aquifers.   3. Economic Principles for the Sustainable and Efficient Use and Management of Shared Water Res...

...tions with Arab Israeli purchasers reveal that in most cases, their reason for buying in Rawabi is strictly economic: Apartments in Rawabi are selling for much less than similar apartments in Israel o...

44. Seminar for Israeli parliamentary assistants
(Events/Local Activities - 2015)
...oncurrently). Bashar Masri, the developer of Rawabi spoke with the group and said: “There cannot be economic prosperity without peace. I am not waiting for the end of the occupation. If it dis...

...ts to Israelis and Palestinians if the current impasse endures until 2024. The study also presented the non-economic factors influencing Israeli and Palestinian opinions on the alternative trajectorie...

46. Post Election Briefing for Foreign Diplomats
(Events/Local Activities - 2015)
...ed an agenda on security issues, and was the only one to do so. At the end of the day, Israelis speak about economics but vote on security. He added that a majority of the members of the current Kness...

47. How to respond to Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ies are aligned.    Israel must understand that continuing occupation will have a significant economic cost, while the Palestinians must understand that there is a price tag for uncompro...

...the relatively extreme agenda. But I do see a U.N. resolution leading slowly to a process that will include economic measures against us,” Petruschka said. France is currently circulating a dr...

49. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...et shows the improvements in the status of women in Israel. Women's growing power can bring changes in socioeconomic areas and in education and values. Women bring compassion and better communication ...

...h Yishai aligning himself with rightists such as Baruch Marzel, and Deri’s platform mostly focused on economic issues for Israel’s poor and disadvantaged. Shas has historically counted Miz...

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