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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Separation or Conciliation
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Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad and by Daniel Bar-Tal
An introduction to the Issue
by Izhak Schnell
An overview of various Israeli proposals for unilateral separation.
by Gershon Baskin
Reforms in the PA, an Israeli withdrawal from the Territories and a return to negotiations are the only way to improve the current situation.
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Political and practical issues will undermine the separation plan.
by Mamdouh Nofal
Palestinian-Israel economic agreements so far have been "incomplete contracts".
by Arie Arnon
Any system of segregation imposed by the strong on the weak is a form of apartheid.
by Jamil Hilal
Despite the threat it poses, the Palestinians have so far failed to come up with a strong response to the wall.
by Riad al-Malki
The real task facing this region is to build conciliation through separation and integration, based on equality.
by Arie Nadler
As none of the unilateral separation proposals provide a real element of hope, the alternative may be an international observer force or interim trusteeship.
by Galia Golan
The implications of recent setbacks, and the options now available.
interview with Dan Meridor
A PIJ roundtable with Naomi Hazan, Nazmi Jubeh, Danny Rothschild and Khalil Tofakji. Khalid Abu Aker was moderator.
Have the refuseniks had any effect in changing Israeli political discourse?
by Dan Leon
An outline of the main obstacles to resolving the refugee problem.
by Khalil Shikaki
The controversies surrounding the conflict of national memory and identity.
by Laurence J. Silberstein
The Cost of Closure
An abridged version of the recent UNSCO study on the Palestinian economy.
by Mahmoud Darwish
Elements of a Performance-Based Road Map for a Permanent Two-State Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi