Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ttributes this activity to controlled detonations of explosive ordnance as part of clearance conducted by Syrian security forces. The relative calm in the UNDOF area of operation was interrupted by ev...

...d that the festivities and commemorations would follow the first significant exchanges of fire across the Syrian border in 40 years — which also marked the first military aggression on Israel di...

...summit approved more than 10 resolutions on Wednesday pertaining to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Syrian crisis, the Yemeni civil war, the ongoing conflict in Libya, and other issues.  ...

4. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...the region have been very disappointed with the U.S.'s conduct toward Mubarak on the one hand, and toward Syrian President Bashar Assad, who continues to massacre Sunnis uninhibited, on the other. The...

5. "Negotiate before it's too late"
(News Room/Op Ed - 2014)
...ernet by Islamic State terrorists and made available, Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, purports to show IS marching Syrian soldiers before beheading them. Granted, Abbas does not stop the incitement against I...

...egion is in flames, there is a danger of short-sightedness taking over. And in a cruel twist of fate, the Syrian conflict is forcing Palestinian refugees to move again. They have become the refugees o...

7. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...olding. Consider Syria. President Bashar Assad's jet fighters, tanks and artillery have been slaughtering Syrian people for two years. More than 70,000 have been killed. Yet the international communit...

...the peace process, an attack on Iran, domestic conditions, PA's financial crisis, the Doha agreement, the Syrian popular revolt, and the most vital Palestinian goals and main problems confronting Pale...

9. BICOM Briefing: The Gilad Shalit Deal
(News Room/News - 2011)
...s threatened to kidnap more Israeli soldiers in an attempt to release more prisoners.   With its Syrian patrons significantly weakened, Hamas has a greater need to improve its standing in the...

10. It's the Palestinians, Stupid
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...st, the voice of the people will decide more than in the past. From the streets of Tripoli to the last of Syrian cities, from Tahrir Square to Rothschild Blvd., one clear message can be heard: you nee...

11. Palestinian Views on Hamas, September
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...red to transfer money for the purpose of escalation with Israel and to cover up crimes perpetrated by the Syrian regime, and will even grant Al Assad full opportunity to continue the oppression of his...

12. Bibi and Barack
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...quo;t speak for the world, but I can speak for myself. I have no idea whether Israel has a Palestinian or Syrian partner for a secure peace that Israel can live with. But I know this: With a more demo...

13. Bibi against reality
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...el. On the Golan Heights this week, the three melded together: There was high Palestinian motivation, the Syrians had an interest in the infiltration effort, and Israeli actions were inept. As a resul...

...ah. On the other hand...   CONAN: And Hamas, yes.   Mr. TELHAMI: On the other hand, the Syrian-Israeli front has been predictably stable. And Israel's relation with Syria have been s...

15. Ask James Baker
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...o decades ago when he brought together for the first time the Israeli leadership with the Palestinian and Syrian leadership. (During the Geneva Conference convened by Henry Kissinger after the Yom Kip...

...nger. This is certainly not an approach that encourages new actors to join the region's pro-America club. Syrian President Bashar Assad even bragged that his political resiliency was predicated on his...

17. Public Conference on the Price of Political Stalemate
(Events/Local Activities - 2011)
...ot Ahronot, spoke about the regional aspect. Profesor Eyal Zisser of Tel Aviv University, spoke about the Syrian channel. After a break, Major General (Res.) Amram Mitzna, former head of the Labor p...

18. Barak: Focus on Palestinians
(News Room/News - 2011)
...sday. During a visit to the Tze'elim army base in south Israel, Barak said there was no progress on the Syrian track and that Israel should focus its efforts on jumpstarting the negotiations with th...

19. Seminar for Young Israeli Political Activists
(Events/Local Activities - 2010)
...airs who is currently a lecturer of international relations and the head of an NGO which promotes Israeli-Syrian peace, also spoke. From the Palestinian side, Isam Akel, head of the Palestinian Asso...

20. Lessons for an Israeli-Palestinian Summit
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...to negotiate; as the weakest party at the table, he came to survive, to get even with Barak for chasing a Syrian agreement, and to keep on Clinton's good side. Still, there was no chance of success if...

21. War, Timeout, War, Time...
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... “Hama Rules” — which are no rules at all. “Hama Rules” are named after the Syrian town of Hama, where, in 1982, then-President Hafez el-Assad of Syria put down a Muslim ...

22. Mideast Peace is a Global Issue
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...n exchange for a Palestinian state and Israel's withdrawal to pre-1967 borders and the return of occupied Syrian and Lebanese land. This initiative was also adopted by the member states of the Organiz...

...fforts to reach these objectives are ongoing.   Your team is also tasked with restarting Israeli-Syrian negotiations and both sides recently made positive signs toward such a move. What is th...

24. With Mofaz as Beilin
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...s with the Palestinians are paralyzed and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is threatening to quit. The Syrian track is in a rut. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has trouble getting a meeting at t...

...going to dive into the details, but Rabin understood that solving the Israeli-Palestinian and the Israeli-Syrian conflicts is a strategic Israeli interest necessary to strengthen the state of Israel. ...

...military activity and guerrilla fighting against Israel. The second major conference was held near the Syrian capital Damascus in 1968 in which the members renewed calls for reviving the revolution...

27. Mitchell Urges Arab Action
(News Room/News - 2009)
...ael and all of its Arab neighbors. “We will welcome the full cooperation of the government of the Syrian Arab Republic in this historic endeavor,” he said. It was Mitchell’s seco...

... achieve a comprehensive peace." "That includes between Israelis and Palestinians, between Syrians and Israelis between Israel and Lebanon, and the normalization of relations between Is...

...is that the prize for Israel lies at the end of the road. If we make peace with the Palestinians, and the Syrians and the Lebanese, than the Arab League will make peace with Israel. But if it was so e...

...e. Israel, for its part, has been unhappy about Russian contacts with high-ranking Hamas officials in the Syrian capital, and Israeli officials have expressed skepticism about Meshal's reported commen...

...scus stands by the demands for an independent Palestinian state based on a land-for-peace initiative, the Syrian deputy foreign minister said. Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Fayssal Mekdad said Syri...

32. How to Achieve Israeli-Palestinian Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...ood. While full normalization with Israel can only result from a comprehensive settlement including the Syrian, Lebanese as well as Palestinian track, the Arab side stands ready to reciprocate serio...

... like slogans. The price of the Arab Peace Initiative is concessions both toward the Palestinians and the Syrians and he did not even mention Syria or the Golan Heights.   What do you forese...

34. US Envoy Pushes Two-State Solution
(News Room/News - 2009)
...the region, Mitchell is also expected to hold meetings in Beirut, the Lebanese capital, and Damascus, the Syrian capital.   ...

...peace strategy. The first question is whether to devote primary attention to the Palestinian track or the Syrian track. Some analysts have argued that the Syrian track offers a far better chance of ac...

36. Obama is right
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...rael was wrong when it attempted to reach a solution via separate negotiations with the Palestinians, the Syrians, and the Lebanese. The decision on some of the major issues we are facing, such as Jer...

...peace strategy. The first question is whether to devote primary attention to the Palestinian track or the Syrian track. Some analysts have argued that the Syrian track offers a far better chance of ac...

...negotiating how those rights are honoured. The cost of overall compensation, benchmarked against the Syrian package, could exceed $100bn, most probably financed by the US, the European Union and ...

39. GI Israel Position Paper: Government Seeking Policy
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...o this, Israel should propose its own "Raod-map" to end the Israeli-Palestinian and the Israeli-Syrian conflict. As opposed to the Arab League Initiative - which proposes a solution for the ...

...     The new government in Israel does not give priority to Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Syrian peace agreements. From its standpoint, the economic crisis requires more intensive care...

41. Peace Now
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... reported by Akiva Eldar in Haaretz on Friday, Israel will hold bilateral talks with the Palestinians and Syrians at the same time. It is based on the Saudi peace plan, which offers Israel normalizati...

...etary of State Hillary Clinton was in the region last week speaking of the importance of resuming Israeli-Syrian negotiations, Lieberman was publicly declaring that he saw no point in talking with Syr...

43. New proposals
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...surances that the peace process will not be complicated by inviting Hamas for talks or pushing for a fast Syrian-track negotiations. These Russian assurances must please the Israeli leaders across t...

...nian process, some policymakers view an agreement with Iran as the main regional goal. Even the Israeli-Syrian track is a simpler prospect for peace, especially after it was given a boost this year ...

...The political weakness of successive Israeli and Palestinian leaders, along with the ongoing ambiguity of Syrian positions, raises serious doubts about the ability of even the most well-intentioned in...

46. Try Tough Love, Hillary
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...know if there’s a serious person in the state of Israel who believe that we can make peace with the Syrians without, in the end, giving up the Golan Heights.” Those words should go up on C...

47. OBAMA'S AGENDA: Getting right with Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...loyer on this one since over the years we've not been tough enough with the other side - Palestinians and Syrians -  either. Still, on settlement activity, bypass roads or land confiscation, we...

48. Four crises on Obama's horizon
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
...ria bilateral relations, with reasonably calibrated benchmarks and including American support for Israeli-Syrian talks, stands a good chance of success. Look out for early indications of that change. ...

...close to the president are saying. Those same sources note that the initiative does not supplant the dual Syrian-Palestinian track, but supports and strengthens it. "Only Ahmadinejad and Yuval St...

...ain engaged for their own interest in achieving peace between Palestinians and Israelis, and Israelis and Syrians, and Israelis and Lebanese," Erakat said. US President George W. Bush brought I...

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