Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ave been condemnations, statements and threats from groups as diverse as Hezbollah, Hamas, al-Qaida and Iraqi militias both against the US and Israel. But the real impact for now is more likely to be ...

...June, and the independence referendum held in late September in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in Iraq.   However, Gong pointed out that, despite the emergence of new conflicts and cris...

...l chaos or the rise of factions that are even more extremist than Hamas – with the experiences of Iraq and Syria serving as highly visible warning signs.   Consequently, the principal c...

... March 1921 the granting of East Jordan (about 91,000 square kilometers) to Prince Abdullah (Faisal got Iraq).   In order to ensure this legal political decision, the first White Paper was pu...

... the Israel Defense Forces shocked the world by routing the combined armies of Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Iraq in only six days, and more than quadrupled the territory under its control, is a time of bo...

...reat of the Islamic State organization and the phenomenon of the ongoing crisis and conflicts in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya,” he said.   Katz said that by working together to address ...

7. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...d focused efforts to liberate the Shiites in Yemen, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and defend the Shiites in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. The objective is to create an uninterrupted distribution of Shiites fro...

...ties have changed,” he said, alluding to escalating Middle East conflict that has engulfed Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Turkey’s mostly Kurdish southeast and the spread of Islamic State insurgents ...

...ipants about the different peace-building efforts the PPC engages in across the West Bank. Then, Bashar Iraqi, Media Director at the Palestinian Committee for Interaction with the Israeli Society (PCI...

...ian society. Let’s remember that there are more extreme groups than Hamas, as we see in Syria and Iraq.”   ‘Wacko left’   Oron resigned from the Knesset after...

11. Israel has a partner in Abbas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... fails to destroy the Hamas infrastructure now, will get the Jihad with compound interest later on. The Iraqi army with its hundreds of thousands of soldiers failed to defeat a fanatic group of severa...

12. The two-state dilemma
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...n.   He told me a story of how he and Binyamin “Fuad” Ben-Eliezer, who was born in Iraq, were in a development town in the South campaigning for Labor before the January 2013 elec...

13. The People Want Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ch bigger and is rapidly approaching: a bi-national state. Israeli would become something like Somalia, Iraq or Syria. And if choosing between a bi-national state or a Jewish state – the choice ...

14. One-State Dream, One-State Nightmare
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...t’s set aside for a moment that the regional examples of such multiethnic states — Lebanon, Iraq and Syria come to mind — are not encouraging. Let’s set aside that such a state...

15. 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

16. Do It Yourself, Senator Kerry
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... will influence the entire region, especially at this critical juncture when the U.S. is pulling out of Iraq and Afghanistan and when the issue of Iran reverberates loudly across the world. Wait solel...

... Arab states can be in impeding tyrants in the region. The Gulf War coalition served to further isolate Iraq in the region and provide legitimacy for the actions of the United States. Should Israel be...

18. Ask James Baker
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ion is in disarray as it confronts the situation in the greater Middle East: It is committed to leaving Iraq and Afghanistan, friendly regimes are collapsing, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict cont...

...dent Barack Obama entered office with the best of intentions. He wanted to end the American presence in Iraq, strike a blow at the Taliban in Afghanistan and then depart, make peace between Israel and...

20. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...misperception the president needs to correct. For all its economic worries at home and military woes in Iraq and Afghanistan, America is far from weak in the Levant, where both Israel and the nascent ...

21. Diplomacy’s Darkest Hours
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...s only then that formulas for power sharing - such as those in Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Guatemala, or Iraq - emerge as a realistic alternative.   It was NATO’s robust military interve...

22. Is Israel's Legitimacy Under Challenge?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...n the case with Somalia. For all of the international condemnations of the behavior of Saddam Hussein's Iraq and the governments of Iran and North Korea, no one ever questioned those countries' legiti...

...or the possibly of renewed hostilities on Israel's eastern border following an American withdrawal from Iraq. The prime minister's comments appear to indicate that even after a withdrawal from Pales...

24. Israeli-Arab peace a US priority
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ed by the White House on Thursday. Along with defeating al-Qaida, leading the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and ending the Iran challenge to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the strategy refers...

...lled in Kosovo. Did anybody ask for an investigation. There were events in Chechnya, in Afghanistan, in Iraq. Did anybody ask for an investigation. Why Israel? We weren't first on line. We gave back t...

26. We need to take this seriously
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... year. America's current top regional priorities are the scheduled withdrawal of American forces from Iraq and the effort to stop Iran's nuclear weapons program. For US policy-makers, it is imperati...

...alestinian strife and the safety of American soldiers as they battle Islamic extremism and terrorism in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.   Mr. Obama’s words reverberated through diploma...

28. Bibi’s Tense Time-Out
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...rption and its failure to notice that America is not only protecting Israel from Iran, fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but also dealing with a miasma of horrible problems at home. And Israel in...

29. Driving Drunk in Jerusalem
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...interlocutors: “What you are doing here undermines the security of our troops who are fighting in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. That endangers us and endangers regional peace.”   ...

...ge question mark on regarding Egypt. Another question mark is the stability of Syria; US relations with Iraq; 10 years to the Afghanistan War – the end of which is unforeseeable; the minorities ...

...as proposed to the Israelis and Palestinians in April 2003, the Americans were mired deep in the war in Iraq, the Palestinians accepted the plan without comment and with no intention of implementing i...

32. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...nistration. The Egyptian autocrat stayed away from Washington for five years because he objected to the Iraq war and US support for the 2006 Israeli invasion of Lebanon. Cairo also bristled at the Bus...

33. Obama’s Emerging Middle East Map
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... relations with Obama, they had better not obstruct his goals. Washington insiders report that the Iraq war marked a crucial turning point in Obama’s thinking. He was outraged by the role o...

34. Yes Indeed, the Settlements
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...it is almost impossible to arrive at results regarding Iran; and North Korea, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq are not child's play either. Obama can be trusted to act in accordance with his political i...

...ll-known Geneva Accord achieved via negotiations between Palestinian and Israeli political leaders, the Iraq Study Group recommendations, and other issues that must be squarely dealt with by the Obama...

36. Welcome to the Middle East, 2030
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ally most dynamic economies in the region have been crippled by war and/or political sanctions: Israel, Iraq and Iran. All three have a skilled, entrepreneurial middle class, and Iraq and Iran have oi...

37. End the Spat With Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...protracted confrontation with Israel -- an odd adventure given the pressing challenges from Iran and in Iraq, not to mention the disarray of the Palestinian camp -- or a compromise, which might make O...

38. Palestinian Security Forces Return
(News Room/News - 2009)
...East peace process. The program is headed Lt. Gen. Keith W. Dayton of the U.S. Army, a veteran of the Iraq war. Since he started his mission three years ago, he has been credited with rebuilding the...

... agree to steps and concessions. He said that given Washington’s desire to remove its troops from Iraq and find a way to deal with Iran, this was an auspicious moment for bold regional thinking ...

40. Mr. Obama and Mr. Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ve sanctions. There isn’t a lot of time for either. Mr. Obama has concluded that to succeed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the United States must repair its relations with the Muslim worl...

41. Arabs, Persians, Jews
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... Arab capitals. Iran apologized, but the damage was done. After Iran’s American-aided push into Iraq through the establishment of a Shia-dominated government there, the Bahrain talk set frayed...

42. No Amendment to the Arab Peace Initiative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...believe my eyes when I saw rejectionist revolutionary states, such as Syria, Sudan, Libya, Algeria, and Iraq, which was then under the rule of Saddam, sign the initiative with all its provisions. Its ...

...at will have political, financial, and economic obligations." I reminded Erekat that when former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein cancelled the "Algiers Accord" with Iran, this led to w...

... lived with the utter despair and anguish of 6 million Palestinian refugees and now 5 million displaced Iraqis, many from each group now making their homes in Jordan. But I have also seen women, men a...

45. New proposals
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...on, can no longer be pursued in isolation from other major flash points in the region, especially Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan. Hopefully the agenda of a Russian-sponsored peace conference will attemp...

46. Beyond the Banks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... that the Bush team has left an interesting legacy here: 140,000 U.S. soldiers doing nation-building in Iraq and one U.S. soldier — actually a three-star U.S. Army general — doing nation-b...

...U.S. war on terror are held. He said he also would begin to implement his pledge to draw down troops in Iraq. But while Arabs have high hopes that Obama will change U.S. policies, analysts said he h...

... throughout the region, including those who seek to undermine efforts by the United States to stabilize Iraq and those who wish to see conflict spread to other nations in the region; Whereas more than...

...omments on Israeli-Palestinian relations. Her full comments are available here. .... As we focus on Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, we must also actively pursue a strategy of smart power in the Mi...

...ge and be very centrally involved in the two big problems he has immediately, which are Afghanistan and Iraq." Jones was acting as the military counterpart to former British prime minister Tony...

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