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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Vol.2 No.1 1995
Table of Contents
by Victor Cygielman
Letters to the Editors
The essence of Oslo IS the pursuit of, and the need to reach, peace.
by Ron Pundak
A final setflement has more chance of success than an interim agreement.
by Ghassan Khatib
What are the options for easing tension and isolating extremists on both sides?
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Rabinís "no dates are sacred" set the stage for Israeli violations of the agreement.
by Uri Avnery
The future of the peace process lies in the hands of the Israeli government.
by Ali Jarbawi
The U.s. should rethink the function of, and approach to, co-sponsorship.
by Bishara A. Bahbah
Five categories of Jewish settlement in the territories conquered in 1967.
by Danny Rubenstein
As Rabinís authority fades, hopes for a new Middle East dwindle too.
by Boas Evron
Israeli support tor the peace process depends on Arafatís ability to
"deliver ilie goods."
by Dan Leon
Palestinians want negotiations halted if settlement activity continues.
by Leila Dabdoub
An undivided Jerusalem as a joint capital in a two-state solution.
by John V. Whitbeck
Can the temporal be separated from the spiritual?
by Jean Daniel
Stressful reactions, on both sides, followed the historic handshake: an analysis.
by Dan Bar-On
The neglect of the environment in the OPT and the task of the Palestinian National Authority.
by Adnan Shqueir
London: I. B. Tauris & Co. Ltd., 1992, 324 pp.
Reviewed by Henry Rosenfeld
All have a vested interest in ameliorating the rapidly deteriorating conditions in the OPT.
by Hisham Awartani
Some thoughts on a Palestinian-Israeli coproduction of Romeo and Juliet
by Freddy Rokem
Reviewed by Amnon Kapeliouk
by Yasser Abed Rabbo
Taha Muhammad Ali
Chronology of Events
Edited by Anat Cygielman