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This radical critique of the Oslo Peace Accord was originally sponsored by the Norwegian government, which withdrew its support due to the controversial nature of the contributions. The contributors to this volume -- all recognized experts on the region -- critically assess the effectiveness of the Peace Accord, its consequences for Palestinian society and the Israel/Palestine relationship. By scrutinizing its framework, the contributors expose the limitations of the process and seriously question whether it can ever lead to a lasting peace in the Middle East.
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George Giacaman is Co-founder and Board member of Muwatin, The Palestinian Institute for the Study of Democracy, Ramallah, West Bank, and Dean of Graduate Studies at Birzeit University.Dag Jørund Lønning is a Middle East specialist at The Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen, Norway. He is working on issues of identity and conflict in Israel/Palestine.Review:
‘[An] excellent collection ... It’s analytical lucidity makes it essential reading to understand the new configurations and implications of the Middle East problem.’ --International Affairs ‘Ten authors, by focusing on various aspects of the peace agreements from geography to the media, compellingly conclude that while the agreements offer limited benefits and hope for peaceful solutions, the reality is far from it.’ --Ethnic Conflict Research Digest
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