The Palestine-Israeli "Peace Agreements" : between challenges and hopes
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This study aims to explain the obstacles to settling the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, focusing on the “peace process,” which was launched in 1991, and the agreements signed in 1993 and 1995 between the two parties, which were presumed to convert this perpetual conflict into a “just, lasting and comprehensive peace,” but resulted in a virtual standstill. A critical analysis of the principles of the agreements, and an assessment of the challenging experience throughout the peace process echo the fact that the agreements did not solve the conflict with its limited, interim principles. And hence, recalling for the mobilization of international law, and implementation of UN Resolutions on the conflict, may contest the obstructions caused by the accords and compel the inauguration of a new epoch of peaceful coexistence for both nations on one land.