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Europe and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Abstract : FOUR YEARS AGO AT CAMP DAVID, IN JULY 2000, THE MIDDLE EAST Peace Process seemed to be nearing its destination - at least on the Israeli-Palestinian track. Two months later violence engulfed the region, revealing for all to see the fragility of what had been achieved in a decade of negotiations. Since then, the al-Aqsa Infitada has marked a period of a largely low "intensity" conflict for which both Israelis and Palestinians have paid a high price in human, economic and diplomatic terms (...).
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Alain Dieckhoff. Europe and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Inroads, 2005, pp.52-62. ⟨hal-01020562⟩

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