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Des acteurs sécuritaires qui s’improvisent diplomates ? La gestion du « dossier palestinien » par les services de renseignement généraux égyptiens

Abstract : To what extent do negotiation processes differ between intelligence officers and diplomats? How do intelligence services negotiate? Historically, the Egyptian intelligence services (al-mukhābarāt al-‘amma) have been in charge of the “Palestinian file.” Their focus has been on two interconnected processes of negotiation, especially after the political and territorial division of June 2007 between Gaza and the occupied Palestinian territories: Palestinian reconciliation and the implementation of a ceasefire between the Gaza Strip and Israel. A closer look at these negotiations’ mechanisms sheds light on the primacy and obvious role of the Egyptian negotiators, which partially differs from that of a mediator. By addressing the activity of rarely studied actors in the mediation field, this article aims at extending its scope of analysis.
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Sarah Daoud. Des acteurs sécuritaires qui s’improvisent diplomates ? La gestion du « dossier palestinien » par les services de renseignement généraux égyptiens. Négociations, De Boeck Supérieur, 2022, N° 36 (2021/2), pp.109-127. ⟨10.3917/neg.036.0109⟩. ⟨hal-03660415⟩

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