Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ng in Brussels with EU foreign ministers, Abbas repeated his call for east Jerusalem as capital as he urged EU governments to recognize a state of Palestine immediately, arguing that this would not di...

... terrorist group that has controlled Gaza since 2007.   Tensions between the two strikingly different governments have been a major obstacle to achieving Israeli-Palestinian peace in recent y...

...ress elsewhere.   This potential lies not among leaders, but rather the citizens; not in the midst of governments, but within organizations and institutes.   The accepted assumption ...

...ady know: something along the lines of the Geneva Initiative. Most Israelis and Palestinians, along with the governments of the world, will be able to live with this kind of arrangement. Negotiat...

...to be implemented, for a Palestinian state to be established and for the start of negotiations between the two governments which would lead to a permanent agreement. The mistake made by former secre...

... not about the damage caused by bad campaigns — damage that is marginal in comparison to what right-wing governments do on a daily basis — but rather on the fundamental social contract upo...

7. The Geneva Initiative welcomes the Paris Peace Conference
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...ing international conference in Paris, and deeply appreciates the efforts made by France and the participating governments to help the two sides advance a process leading to peace between the Israeli ...

8. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...veral proposals and ideas – all developed jointly by our Israeli and Palestinian experts - with relevant governments and regional and international organizations; and encouraged our interlocutor...

...inian president would require a fixed date (two or three years from the beginning of the talks between the two governments). Obama should suggest a proposal that include a fixed date for the end of ne...

10. Abbas' peace project has hit a dead end
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...on. Although he is already past 80, Abbas stubbornly refuses to appoint a successor, and while he does appoint governments, there is not parliament to either back them vote them out of office, as Araf...

11. Back to the Arab Peace Initiative?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...lin is president of the business consulting firm Beilink. In the past he served as a minister in three Israeli governments and as a Member of Knesset for Labor and Meretz. He was one of the pioneers o...

12. How to respond to Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...gal forum, and over an ongoing process of recognition of a Palestinian State within the 1967 lines by European governments and parliaments.    Europe can also contribute to the process b...

13. Voting Out Israel's 1%
(News Room/News - 2015)
...rritories, my friends claim, but whether it is able to do so. In other words, have the concrete facts that the governments of Israel and the settlers have planted in the occupied territories sprouted ...

14. Europe is not hostile to Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...nationalism, the use of force and human rights. This gap widens as the occupation continues, as Israel’s governments remain uninterested in ending it, and as they increasingly appear not to shar...

...lin is president of the business consulting firm Beilink. In the past he served as a minister in three Israeli governments and as a Member of Knesset for Labor and Meretz. He was one of the pioneers o...

...lin is president of the business consulting firm Beilink. In the past he served as a minister in three Israeli governments and as a Member of Knesset for Labor and Meretz. He was one of the pioneers o...

...ent to form a Palestinian state in temporary borders, towards a permanent agreement to be discussed by the two governments. But the important political decision to place the responsibility to rebuild ...

18. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...f despair and dejection does not seem to be the right path to follow.   The government of Israel, the governments of Israel, act like prisoners of despair. Like its helpless victims. I do not...

19. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...eli leadership and reject “negotiation fetishism” as nothing more than a tactic used by right-wing governments to deflect international criticism while continuing to build on the West Bank...

...the P5+1 countries, Minister Naftali Bennett wrote to Diaspora Jewish organizations urging them to lobby their governments against lifting sanctions. I had already spoken to very senior levels of the ...

...ed the revolution in public opinion?   Over more than a decade the Swiss government and other foreign governments and organizations provided financial support to the Geneva Initiative's propa...

...ld prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state. In recent years, under the previous and current Netanyahu governments, there has been an attempt to change that picture by developing more isolated...

...rometer survey conducted by Khalil Shikaki to assess and compare world democracies they ranked Israel ahead of governments in the Palestinian territories, the US, and Europe.   Amid these tre...

...t [former Prime Minister Ehud] Barak era, the Labor Party has lost the elections, but has been part of all the governments. They always said, "We’ll join and influence the economy and the d...

...1967 lines as the baseline for border negotiations. Offers based on the pre-1967 lines by two previous Israeli governments failed to result in a peace accord.   Although the Palestinian posi...

26. Naftali Bennett's Messianic Plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... an expert on borders and security and was the former head of the Interim Administration under Rabin and Barak governments.   Recent surveys indicate a strengthening of the right-wing and ...

...uance of the creeping expansion of the settlements, coupled with the uprisings of Arab youth against their own governments, now make it only a matter of time before the Palestinians will be inspired, ...

...en Israelis and Palestinians, and encouraged broad international in this respect. It considered ways in which governments, intergovernmental organizations and civil society can be instrumental in hel...

29. The protest of absolute suckers
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...until the Knesset passes a law that will distribute in an egalitarian manner the results of successive Israeli governments' criminal ignorance of the Arab Peace Initiative.   Prof. Manuel Tra...

30. An Existential Threat that's not Iran
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...and jeopardizes Israel proper. The explosion of settlements, encouraged and subsidized by both Labor and Likud governments, has led to a large and established ethnocracy that thinks of itself as a per...

...s – who heads of the rival Fatah party.   The agreement is to end nearly five years of separate governments — Hamas in Gaza and Abbas in the West Bank — by establishing an i...

...s context, we must caution that the Question of Palestine is likely to become an internal issue for these Arab governments. The Question of Palestine is very likely to become a decisive factor in the...

... Palestinian attitudes regarding the prisoner exchange deal, reconciliation with Hamas, the performance of the governments of Salam Fayyad and Ismail Haniyeh, and the views of the public on the most v...

...ve organization and its positions. But this is a matter that Israeli citizens should decide about, not foreign governments. The activity it [the Geneva Initiative] undertakes with the Russian public s...

35. Quartet to meet in Jerusalem Next Week
(News Room/News - 2011)
... confer separately with Israeli and Palestinian officials, and not bring them together in the same room. Their governments are supposed to present each other with detailed proposals on territory and s...

...in the face of unprecedented uncertainty. As a result, even if public opinion permits peace, it is not pushing governments in that direction today.   To read full article, click here. ...

37. Cabinet Approves Shalit Deal
(News Room/News - 2011)
..."I want to remind everyone that we didn't set the price for the deal, but rather the price was set by two governments and numerous security officials. The price is heavy, but we didn’t deci...

...s".   Over 150 participants were present at the conference, including representatives of foreign governments, universities and worldwide media. Additionally, Abed Rabbo and Beilin were j...

39. Senior Shas Leaders Meet Palestinians in Budapest
(Events/Joint Activities - 2011)
...cipant in the decision making process in the Israeli political system, and on its ability to influence Israeli governments on this topic. The current political situation, specifically the potential im...

40. Netanyahu's Bizarre Palestinian Stance
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...rsquo;t budge, Israel’s acceptance of Obama’s guidelines would make it easier to persuade European governments to oppose the Palestinians at the U.N.   Netanyahu’s response ...

41. Zionist diplomacy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...West Bank Judenrein? The unrest sweeping the region, which underlines that even the seemingly most stable Arab governments (including a future Palestinian state) can suddenly be toppled, is hardly fos...

42. We in Israel welcome the Arab spring
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...d young people to compare notes with their contemporaries in other countries, and to see clearly how their own governments wasted wealth and time to enhance their own power while ignoring the needs of...

...bsp; Yes, that has a lot to do with their empowerment domestically, but it has also to do with the way these governments were representing them on foreign policy issues, where they didn't think they...

44. B.E., Before Egypt. A.E., After Egypt
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...oing the extra mile to test them. Why? With the leaders of both Egypt and Jordan scrambling to shuffle their governments in an effort to stay ahead of the street, two things can be said for sure: Wh...

... his government oppose a genuine two-state agreement, and still adamantly reject a shared Jerusalem. Most governments today believe that international law, including UN Security Council resolutio...

46. Good News From the Middle East (Really)
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...atch, the overall pace of settlement growth has slowed, especially when compared with previous Labor Party-led governments during the years of the Oslo peace process. He allowed the Palestinian flag t...

47. The selling of the 'Palestine Papers'
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ortions. Not only have the reported Palestinian compromise positions been widely (if quietly) accepted by Arab governments, they were broadcast years ago in the Geneva Accord, a model agreement betwee...

48. Can the doves take off again?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... party, backed mainly by Russian immigrants, led by Avigdor Lieberman. Shinui, a linchpin of Mr Sharon’s governments between 2001 and 2006, has since disappeared as swiftly as it arose. Israel...

...t;   "Mayors in Israel are going to Geneva Initiative conferences at the expense of the Europian governments. The Geneva Initiative people are trying to influence them with sophisticatio...

...want to make peace between the people, the Israeli and Palestinian people,” Mr. Abbas said, not just the governments.   The unusual gathering originated with an invitation from the Pale...

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