Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...tus issues that can only be resolved through negotiations between the parties with the goal of a two-state outcome. Over time these agreements, however, have eroded as the prospect for credible negoti...

2. Conference in Gaza
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...n, the repercussions of the attempt to assassinate the Palestinian Prime Minister in Gaza and the possible outcome of the Egyptian elections.    ...

3. Israel’s Self-Inflicted Wounds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...se being a Jewish state or rescind their rights and cease being a democracy. To avoid these unacceptable outcomes, the only path forward is the two-state solution.   Read the full article h...

...o negotiate a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the goal of achieving the two-state outcome. The United States has also accepted this goal and has played a role in trying to ach...

...n upgrade to full membership would require unanimous backing from the Security Council — an unlikely outcome, given the near-certainly of a US veto.   The Trump administration is prepar...

... is widely seen by the international community as an obstacle to achieving a peace agreement and two-state outcome.   “The interplay of geography and demography in the West Bank matters...

... security," the letter states. "Today, we remain convinced that a two-state solution is the only outcome that would quell ongoing incidents of violence, maintain Israel as a secure, Jewish, ...

...r the original article) Israelis, Palestinians, and many others around the world watched eagerly for the outcomes of U.S. President Donald Trump’s meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin ...

...ans there is widespread skepticism regarding the French initiative and its ability to achieve any positive outcomes.   The Paris conference will clearly not be a game-changer on the way to a ...

...ed regardless of the situation on the battlefield and that psychological warfare can result in the desired outcome, even if the actual reality shows quite the opposite picture. But contrary to the spi...

... The international community, it adds, will not recognize unilateral steps designed to determine the final outcome. That said, the report encourages the two sides to take steps on the ground that wo...

...But that is all the more reason to think about what can be done to preserve the possibility of a two-state outcome, particularly with the Palestinians entering a period of uncertain succession. Any ...

...li-Palestinian Conflict. The recently published research weighs up the costs and benefits of five possible outcomes of the ever-stalling ‘peace process’, against a continuation of present ...

... dissatisfied with the performance of the reconciliation government and worried about the future given the outcome of the Israeli elections.   This PSR Poll has been conducted with the suppor...

15. Two Israels
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...es with a compromise on Jerusalem as one city and two capitals. The Left, as it does not fear such an outcome, knows the way to this destination. It will not establish obstacles on this path...

16. Israeli Government vs. State of Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...all, Jewish. The right wants a state which is Jewish and less, if at all, democratic. So there is one outcome: This initiative strengthens those who oppose a Jewish and democratic state, both fro...

17. From Gaza to comprehensive peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
... balance of power that counts, but rather the relative achievements of the weaker party that determine the outcome.   In the current campaign Hamas's achievements are unprecedented: the closu...

...o take the hard decisions even to get to a conference, let alone sustain negotiations and reach a positive outcome. Surely, if there were easier options, they would be advisable and more manageable....

.... For Palestinians, such a formula will require not just grudging acceptance of a Palestinian state as the outcome of negotiations, but some element of recognition of the suffering and sacrifices that...

...   For two decades I have favoured a two-state solution as the best plan for peace and the fairest outcome, one backed by the US, the United Nations, the European Union and all 22 countries of...

...the Iranian regime, even they suggest that a diplomatic solution is both a possible and the most desirable outcome. We join with them in hoping that Geneva does not snatch defeat from the jaws of pote...

by Ashraf al Ajrami, Yediot Ahronot This op-ed was an outcome of the participation of the deputy opinion page editor at Yediot Ahronot in a seminar for Israeli and Palestinian journalists organized by

...o fail (71% in the West Bank and 64% in Gaza) while 7% of the respondents said they did not know what the outcome will be (7% in the west bank and 6% in Gaza) Support for two state solution: The ...

...s of what had transpired. He immediately updated Rabin. I (metaphorically) held my breath as I awaited the outcome of the conversation between Rabin and Peres: I did not know whether the secret channe...

25. 20 years on, Oslo architect has Plan B
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ng that Israel’s policies are undermining the foundation of the two-state solution, and the de facto outcome will therefore be a one-state solution.   Internal Israeli discourse indicat...

...s of what had transpired. He immediately updated Rabin. I (metaphorically) held my breath as I awaited the outcome of the conversation between Rabin and Peres: I did not know whether the secret channe...

27. Peace deal – victory for both sides
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...es not exist. Those who enter negotiations in good faith and real intention should realize that a positive outcome can only be achieved in the known zone of agreement.   The second relevant t...

28. Yossi Beilin: The First Steps for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...ppointment, with the main concern being that the failure of efforts is likely to lead to violence. Such an outcome will only reduce both parties' trust in reaching their goals: on the Israeli side, to...

...rm they will not lose from the disintegration of the two-state option and the shift to a nearly inevitable outcome of the one remaining reality – a state “from the sea to the river,”...

30. Encountering Peace: Making Decisions
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
... leaders to bring peace to their people. If they are both committed to that goal, they can ensure that the outcome will be a comprehensive, full peace and end-of-conflict agreement. Both leaders have ...

...t.   “Okay Netanyahu, you got the mandate from the people,” he said, referring to the outcome of the January 22 elections. “You want to have a Palestinian state, that’...

... are simply creating a situation that will be insoluble, because it will be impossible to reach a decisive outcome. Impossible. This illusion that the State of Israel will be able to control so many...

...e of Palestine already exists.’” Which is why he says it was a “travesty” that the outcome did not so “capture the imagination” of senior international policymakers...

...oted that Palestinian reconciliation is a “fundamental” aspect of peace.   “The outcome of recent reconciliation efforts, on which I have reported, is still uncertain, but i...

...r in the demise of his party. He hooked up with Netanyahu in order to prevent the worst possible political outcome but without having the leisure of thinking about substantive political and social iss...

...ight find / You get what you need.” Likewise in negotiations to resolve complex conflicts, the best outcome is agreements in which neither side gets everything it wants, but both sides get what...

...uot; Ari Shavit wrote that after the "bold and justified" unilateral withdrawal (in terms of the outcome? ) from Gaza resulted in Qassams and Grads, we started to have "butterflies in o...

...d to capture approximately where the parties might start to negotiate. In other words, it wasn’t the outcome plan, but it was a going-in idea where you start negotiations. And we now know from t...

...articularly when those who reject peace will exploit any impasse to challenge the very idea of a two-state outcome.   While there may be no early breakthrough on holding negotiations, it is p...

40. "From the UN to Negotiations" Conference
(Events/Local Activities - 2011)
...esha Council, and former Palestinian Minister Ashraf Al-Ajrami. The panel aimed to analyze and discuss the outcome of events surrounding the Palestinian statehood bid at the United Nations, but was le...

41. Peace Now, or Never
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ty of an agreement even more distant, if not impossible. If that happens, peace will definitely not be the outcome.   The parameters of a peace deal are well known and they have already been ...

...itiative staff) Geneva Initaitive's Col. (Ret.) Shaul Arieli writes in his blog about the possible outcomes of current events at the United Nations.   It is safe to assume that dipl...

43. Beilin: Abbas is a Man of Peace
(News Room/News - 2011)
...ts, Beilin said he did not expect the demonstrations and was "not smart enough" to predict their outcome.   "The Israeli leadership is still in shock and they don't know how to...

44. Waiting for Netanyahu
(News Room/News - 2011)
...n as an occupying power in defiance of the international will. In Barak’s view, to preempt that outcome, and for Israel to have a say in shaping its future alongside the Palestinians, it ur...

45. Who’s Afraid of the Palestinians?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...he binary choice Palestinians, Americans, and even some Israelis posit—either a negotiated two-state outcome or the impossibility of a Jewish, democratic state—assumes dramatic and irrever...

46. Biden: U.S. Opposes Unilateral Moves
(News Room/News - 2010)
... as "warm". He cautioned both sides from taking unilateral actions "that will prejudice the outcome of these negotiations," and said that the US is working to renew the peace talks...

47. Another Unilateral Disaster?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...yet to be a successful unilateral declaration in the Arab Israeli conflict that has resulted in a peaceful outcome. The May 2000 unilateral Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon resulted in Hezboll...

...he settlement moratorium and two months of negotiations. The problem with that—if that is indeed the outcome—is what happens at the end of the moratorium extension? Are we going to face an...

49. Abbas has to make tough decisions
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...re to stay put even after the Israeli decision, have decided that giving in now would jeopardise the final outcome of the negotiations. They are right too. To negotiate while Israel expands colonies a...

...ay to test this is to give negotiations a chance to run their course. Judgement should be made on concrete outcomes not vague intentions.   Leadership will play a crucial role in the coming m...

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