The Peace Process, the Gulf and Israeli Calculations

The Peace Process, the Gulf and Israeli Calculations

  • 21 April 1996

The lecture focused on the future of the peace process
and Israeli calculations as far as the Gulf is concerned.
The prospects for the peace process were examined
focusing on the Palestinian and Syrian tracks, namely:
issues related to the permanent solution of the
Palestinian track; causes of the Syrian track deadlock,
and possible solutions; sources of tension in the peace
process from Israeli and Arab perspectives; dynamics
of interaction between regional developments and the
peace process; and the nature of the American role.
The speaker also discussed Israeli interests in
the Gulf, from the Israeli perspective, indicating the
importance of the Gulf in Israeli strategic calculations
before and after the Gulf War, emphasizing the Israeli
assessment of the Iraqi and Iranian roles and US
strategies in the region.

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Sunday 21 April 1996

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Sunday 21 April 1996

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