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An integral part of our work is studying other conflicts around the world and deriving lessons from the ways in which they were resolved. This month we invited experts from Northern Ireland to join th

2. Hosting a Delegation from Spain and Columbia
(Events/Local Activities - 2018)
...tiative hosted a group of government officials and law experts from Columbia and Spain, as part of their study visit to the region. GI Director Gadi Baltiansky spoke with the group about the Geneva In...

...vist, wrote after the seminar: "across the wall, there are young people who – like us – study hard and want to find a good job and to spend time with their friends. And if you sit dow...

4. GI-PPC - Addendum to the G.I. Water Annex
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...tion and water treatment technologies that better meet future demands should be supported. 3.5.11 The study of climate change and the investigation of possible measures to limit its effects or adap...

... money is, or even should be, the biggest incentive or driver behind peace.   In conducting the study, which involved 200-odd interviews with officials from both sides, they set out to find o...

...omat, who claims Israel has little cause for demographic alarm. According to Ettinger, who has been studying the Palestinian statistics since 2004 as part of the American-Israel Demographic Resea...

...hn Kerry for the two sides. The source emphasized that the experts at the State Department are currently studying previous initiatives including the Clinton parameters, the Geneva Initiative and other...

8. On hope and despair in the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...miliation of occupation or the dread of terrorism. The basic human desires for family and livelihood and study. The fabric of life.   Among the two peoples today, the agents of despair and ha...

9. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox key to peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ict, its roots and its implications. They tour the borders, meet with military officers and experts, and study English. Some of them went on tours of Ireland.   By the way, when I told Rabbi ...

...   Anyone who wants can see the data of the Research and Information Center Division (based on a study by Prof. Arnon Sofer and Prof. Sergio DellaPergola), suggesting that at the end of the ye...

...Nachman Shai from the Labor Party.    "The purpose of the tour is the recognition and study of the main issues in the conflict. We focus on the issues of borders, Jerusalem, securit...

12. Tour for Members of Knesset
(Events/Local Activities - 2013)
...l and Nachman Shai from the Labor Party.   "The purpose of the tour is the recognition and study of the main issues in the conflict. We focus on the issues of borders, Jerusalem, securit...

13. Viewing Israel with one eye closed
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...in the values of democracy and liberalism; the state-run schools’ deliberate avoidance of in-depth study of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; the overemphasis on the connection between the Holoc...

...parties that support the two-state solution.     Ramallah – the results of the study, conducted by Alpha International for Research, Polling and Informatics regarding the pol...

15. Why I'm Still a Two Stater
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...es for Israeli opinion on a single, bi-national state are hard to come by, but when asked in a different study about the Clinton Parameters (which presuppose a two-state agreement), 58% of Israelis (a...

...he two-day seminar, Shas activists went on a tour on the seam line in the northern West Bank boundary to study the proposed solution by the Geneva Initiative. They met with leaders of the initiative a...

17. Shas members meet Palestinian officials
(News Room/News - 2011)
...the Geneva Initiative," he said.   "Widening knowledge, exposure to Palestinians, and studying the solutions will lead Shas to the conclusion that there are alternatives to the slop...

...m that would have allowed her to go to a high school focused on the humanities. Instead, she was sent to study sewing. At age 17, her father introduced her to three men. She was to choose one to be he...

19. Lost Innocence
(News Room/News - 2011)
...the Palestinian minister of higher education and research. She founded the Palestinian Institute for the Study of Democracy, which deals with leadership, women's rights, information and policy. In 2...

...on’t know 1.9%   For full poll results, click here.   Methodology of the Survey Study:   Mr. Elias Kukali, a staff member of the Research and Studies’ Section a...

21. Negotiating Until the End
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...itoring committee that is scheduled to meet in the first week of October. When the Palestinians are studying their decision, they must be sure to take into account its pros and cons, as this some...

22. Is Israel's Legitimacy Under Challenge?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ted over what they claim to be a worldwide effort to "delegitimize" the Jewish state. A recent study by an Israeli policy institute warning of a looming global threat to the country's legiti...

23. UK Jews 'back Israel two-state solution'
(News Room/News - 2010)
...two-state solution", creating a Palestinian state, as the "only way" to make peace. The study of 4,000 people was carried by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR). Just ove...

... briefing at the GI office was given by GI Director of Foreign Relations Michal Radoshitzky as part of a study-tour organized by the German Federal Agency for Civic Education on the "Key Que...

...nown 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 adm...

...outposts. In 2004, then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tasked a Justice Ministry official, Talia Sasson, to study how these illegal and unauthorized activities were taking place. Sharon also asked a reti...

...outposts. In 2004, then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tasked a Justice Ministry official, Talia Sasson, to study how these illegal and unauthorized activities were taking place. Sharon also asked a reti...

28. Palestinian Public Opinion Poll, May 2009
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
...it was bad and 10.1% said it was very bad.      As for Isamel Haniyya government, the study showed that 16% of Palestinians said its performance was very good, 22.7% said it was goo...

... want it to not be an automatic objector," Baltiansky said.   Baltiansky is currently busy studying feedback forms of Shas participants from previous seminars, from which he learns what ...

...aza and Fayyad's government. During her visit to Ramallah, Clinton met briefly with young Palestinians studying English, and announced a U.S. initiative to help poorer Palestinian students attend fo...

...y immediately after his election victory. They included Lee Hamilton, the former co-chairman of the Iraq Study Group, and Zbigniew Brzezinski, a Democrat former national security adviser. Brzezinski w...

...uot;We are exposing our representatives to political initiatives," explained MK Margi. "We are studying the Geneva Initiative, not advancing it." ...

33. Timely American wisdom
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ing Arab-Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East (USIP, 2008, 190 pp). It is the work of a study group of respected scholars and former officials who reviewed America’s involvement...

34. GI representatives speak before Swiss students
(Events/Joint Activities - 2008)
...features GI's Noa Galili and Qais As'ad as apeakers. The students hailed from across Switzernland, all studying political science in various universities. ...

35. Does “Pro-Israel” Mean Anything?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
... talking points tend to care about Israel the least. The ones who speak from the heart and the head, who study the issue, and try to come up with ways to break out of the deadly status quo are the one...

36. Strengthening Extremists
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ause a failure to negotiate will necessarily get nowhere. Israel’s decision to block Gazans from studying abroad was particularly shortsighted. Educating Gazans might help build a contingent o...

37. Rice warns on Israel settlements
(News Room/News - 2008)
...why Israel had not yet approved travel papers for Palestinian students from Gaza who won scholarships to study in the US. The students had been told by US diplomats that they could not use their fe...

...lton Commission, May 2006: James Baker and Lee Hamilton’s commission, officially known as the Iraq Study Group, opened up the previously taboo “linkage” discussion by arguing that th...

39. The Lesson of the Fulbright Seven
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...d Palestinian students from the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip will come to the United States for advanced study after all. After reporting in The Times by Ethan Bronner drew high-level American atte...

40. GI tour of Jerusalem Envelope for U.S. students
(Events/Joint Activities - 2008)
...ararion barrier in for some 20 students in the Student Interfaith Peace Project at the Institute for the Study of Israel in the Middle East University of Denver. ...

41. Approach the Israelis
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...t over the heads of skeptical Israeli leaders in November, 1977. I was a high school junior at the time, studying Arabic in Jerusalem. I remember how excited my classmates and I were when our teacher ...

42. A Different Strategy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ettlement activities, or in producing progress in final status negotiations." Also noteworthy: A study published in the journal Contexts in November, 2007, conducted by University of Toronto p...

...cheaper than purchasing a home inside Israel. According to a 2003 report by Haaretz and a more recent study by Israeli Ynetnews, the annual expense is about 2.5 billion shekels amounting to 50 bill...

44. nnapolis's Fading Hope
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...nted a distinguished personal representative, retired Marine Corps Gen. James Jones, back in November to study a framework for mutual security in a future Palestinian state. Jones has made just one fa...

45. Implementing the Annapolis declaration
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
... Bush packs his bags and makes room for his successor. The latter will then require considerable time to study the Israeli-Palestinian conflict--even assuming it is awarded priority over the anticipat...

46. Lessons not learned
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ents. With the two parties busy blaming each other, the failure of the peace process inspired many to study the experience in order to understand what lessons could be learned and applied in future...

...ften be as important as substantive issues in determining the success or failure of the peace process. A study of past negotiations, as we have learned, can be quite revealing and instructive. Over...

48. Constructing the defenses of peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...t can mean practicing taking turns, sharing and fair play. In the classroom it can mean teaching civics, studying the history and beliefs of other cultures and learning foreign languages. Civic groups...

...ian people. After the 1993 Oslo agreement, new approaches to people-to-people cooperation developed. A study by this writer found that these new approaches include people-to-people cooperation appro...

50. How Rice Can Improve Her Odds
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
... draws the right lessons from U.S. diplomatic experience in the Israeli-Arab peace process. Having led a study group on this for the past year, the results of which the United States Institute of Peac...

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