Geneva Initiative Annexes
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... 27.3% 4. Do you think the next government needs to work toward separation from the Palestinians, whether throug...

2. Introducing the Two-State Coalition
(Events/Joint Activities - 2018)
...lition as a platform to introduce peace activists and staff of peace organizations to new approaches and thinking around conflict resolution, conflict transformation and the crucial role of civil soci...

3. There is only one solution: two states
(News Room/Op Ed - 2018)
...y 47.5% of Israelis believe the two-state solution is still possible, while among Palestinians, only 39% think it is.    Who would have thought a complete lack of any political initiativ...

... the never-ending blame game and spend some time together listening to one another, hearing what experts think about the solvability of the conflict, and even learning from the experiences of people a...

...va Initiative. Listening to them, they were filled with hope. Anyone watching from the sidelines might think that this limited gathering was detached from all reality. Israeli fighter jets had attac...

...n neighborhoods in his party, which he plans to call “Jerusalem for Jerusalemites.” “I think people are ripe to vote. Some people object, saying this is Israelization and normalizati...

7. GI leaders meet in Ramallah
(Events/Joint Activities - 2018)
...nite negotiations.    President Trump says he doesn’t think the Palestinian and Israeli leaderships are willing to reach a peace agreement at the mom...

... “The United States has played a historic role in this region to pursue and promote peace, and I think the United States should continue to play a preeminent role,” Pence said Tuesday in...

...licy, aims to answer the question of whether a two-state solution is still possible.   “I think it’s still solvable if people want to solve it,” Makovsky told the Times of I...

... said in an interview. During a trip to London this month, Mr. Netanyahu said, “They are trying to think out of the box.”   arak Ravid, an Israeli journalist who has broken stor...

...re. “I met people like me today, they want peace and security for themselves and their children. I think that that is what the majority of Israelis and Palestinians want. We just need to figure ...

...re. “I met people like me today, they want peace and security for themselves and their children. I think that that is what the majority of Israelis and Palestinians want. We just need to figure ...

...nian negotiator. “and it’s funny – all I needed to do was to ask them what they really think about these issues, something I’ve never done before”.   Read more a...

14. Seminar for Young Activists from Israel and Palestine
(Events/Joint Activities - 2017)
...nian negotiator. “and it’s funny – all I needed to do was to ask them what they really think about these issues, something I’ve never done before”.   In the days...

...rrors of the war, discovered that they could be that generation. To all Israelis and Palestinians who think that, 50 years after 1967, the time is ripe to make peace, my message is that the Europea...

...es of a different kind, organizations which can fundamentally influence the policy and political arenas. Think tanks have become more common and effective, and a number of NGOs working on the grassroo...

17. Conference: Lessons from Other Conflicts
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...p; The event was attended by some 150 people who came from across the country to hear what the experts think that Israelis and Palestinians can learn from other conflicts around the world – on...

... 47.5 % of Israelis believe the two-state solution is still possible, while among Palestinians, only 39% think it is. We have seen in the past how in the absence of any progress or negotiations, belie...

19. New poll: most of us are wrong
(מבזקי חדשות/מבזקי חדשות)
... More than half of Israelis who support the two-state solution think that they are a minority. They are wrong. A new poll shows that only 28% of Israelis th...

... a strategic studies fellow at Tel Aviv University, tells TIME. He urges Trump to “move quickly. I think the president is at the point of his maximum leverage right now. It’s very difficul...

...problem: there will always be tomorrow, next week, after the next elections. The negotiator will always think that he can obtain more in the future. There is no clear deadline. This is the reason w...

...as working "very, very hard on trying to finally create peace between Palestinians and Israel and I think we will be successful, I hope to be successful". He also said the Jordanian leader...

...ery well the possible elements of the deal,” Dershowitz continued. “The president told me he thinks Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas wants to get a deal with Israel and that he [Trump] ...

... his real motive is his hope that early elections may thwart his investigation. If he is re-elected, the thinking goes, he will then be in a stronger position to face the investigators, once the publi...

...out there for many, many years, and nobody has wanted to make that decision," said Trump. "I'm thinking about it very seriously, and we will see what happens." Abbas will now await th...

...s us to make a decision and I have a clear position on this critical issue. Trump’s willingness to think outside of the box is welcomed. This conflict demands creative thinking. But I believe th...

... A series of participatory exercises led by the seminar's facilitator Amnon Levav (Systematic Innovative Thinking (SIT)) helped create an atmosphere that enabled an open and constructive discussion. M...

...ll be inevitable in a single state.   Omri Eilat is a research fellow at The Forum for Regional Thinking, where ths article was first published in Hebrew. ...

... her hand to veto the proposed draft, then US Ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice, explained that “we think it unwise for this council to attempt to resolve the core issues that divide Israelis and...

30. Five comments on UNSCR 2334
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...solution 2334 and its immediate and long-term implications for the peace process. Here are 5 thoughts we think are particularly worth considering:   ...

...orial challenge here. It's simply a question of having courageous leadership – one that is able to think out of the box and is willing to make real compromises for peace". Samih added: &quo...

...1%), including 51% of Republicans but only 16% of Democrats.   When asked what they think the U.S. should do as a member of the UN Security Council if the UN considers a plan to e...

...lot of people tell me, really great people tell me, that it's impossible, you can't do it. I disagree. I think you can make peace."   It is not the first time Trump has expressed his des...

...icials, who see Trump’s victory as a free rein to finally bury the two-state solution. They should think seriously, however, about what could come next. Only hours after the result was anno...

...ill in all likelihood be the next president of the United States, even if it represents only part of her thinking on the region.  Let’s examine the logic behind what the former secretary ...

...s, some of which have lived or worked in Jerusalem, were all inspired by the presentation. "We keep thinking the issue of Jerusalem is too complicated or even unsolvable", said one of them. ...

...t’s now Israel and the territories. And that’s what I reported.   Well, you’d think I’d just called for Israel to adopt ham as its national food. Angry readers weighed...

... here, full survey here), released on August 22. It was conducted by a pair of internationally respected think tanks, the Jerusalem-based Israel Democracy Institute and the Ramallah-based Palestinian ...

...e on a daily basis, perhaps we would be able to cause things to turn out differently, to cause people to think differently. They say that millennials are focused solely on themselves, that we are...

... it. Similarly, they underestimate the level of support for the two-state solution on the other side and think that there is a majority that opposes the two-state solution: 49% of the Palestinians bel...

41. A covenant of shadows
(News Room/Op Ed - 2016)
...ealizing that they are the key to enhancing Israel's ties with the nations of the region only makes them think more highly of themselves and prompts them to ratchet up their demands.   The on...

42. Putting Women at the Forefront of Peace Promotion
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...parallel course in Ramallah, where they will get a chance to meet, talk and share their experiences, and think of ways they can work together to promote peace. Updates to come! This course was made ...

..."I'd be willing to give that up". In all of our activities, we encourage our participants to think about what they can do within their own circles of influence to advance the two-state sol...

...t Mahmoud Abbas refuses? One can debate whether this recognition is essential, but if the prime minister thinks so much of it, let him say what he is willing to give the Palestinians in exchange: an u...

...adi Eizenkott.   "The people elect politicians, but also want leaders," Gantz said. I think that Defense Minister Yaalon has risen to this challenge and has protected the IDF."...

...the Palestinians: 69% of those on the right believe this, 59% in the center and 44% on the left. Only 5% think the Palestinians will outlast the Israelis. In other words, Israelis are in no rush to ch...

47. Geneva Initiative Opinion Poll – March 2016
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...tiative by the New Wave Research Institute in late-March, shows that 59% of the general public in Israel think that the ongoing stagnation in the peace process is bad for Israel – including 48% ...

...ere on the way to negotiations on a final-status settlement, which many believed was attainable. I still think it’s attainable, but the price Israeli society would be called upon to pay is incre...

49. Advanced Political Course Meeting with Khalil Shikaki
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...o;The percentage of those who support peace among both societies, is higher than what the sides actually think. According to recent polls, both Palestinians and Israelis believe that only around...

...lieve that "Israelis are only brutal soldiers or land-grabbing settlers," while Israelis "think that Palestinians are only terrorists,” she said. For more than six years, Tam...

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