The 'Annapolis Process': A chronology of failure

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Abstract

The analysis indicates three sets of factors through which parties' willingness to achieve a consensual solution can be assessed: the contextual factors that contribute to adversaries' decision to proceed to official negotiations, the functions of the pre-negotiations and the changes that occur in the parties' perceptions during the pre-negotiations. A simultaneous exploration of these factors provides a more complete assessment of the parties' intentions and their willingness to proceed to negotiations directed at a win-win solution. This, in turn, enables a better understanding of the factors that undermine de-escalation initiatives, not only between Israel and the Palestinians but in other intractable conflicts as well.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)660-678
Number of pages19
JournalIsrael Affairs
Volume19
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 2013

Keywords

  • Annapolis process
  • Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • conflict management
  • negotiation
  • pre-negotiation
  • ripeness

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