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Negotiating Outside the Law


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Foreword by the Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. Introduction PART ONE Building Relationships 1. The Path to the US/PLO Dialogue, 1985-1988 2. The Madrid stage and Oslo, 1990-1993, 3. Disappointments and postponements, 1993-1995 PART TWO The Failed Negotiations 1. Sad Millennium: The Disintegration of Ehud Barak May, 1999 to July, 2000 2. Camp David 3. Negotiations Continue, August 1-September 28, 2000 4. Through the blood of the intifadah to the Taba negotiations, September 29, 2000-February 8, 2001 PART THREE Aftermath 1. The Web of Civility Dissolves, Early February to September 11, 2001 2. America goes to war, September 11, 2001 to the indefinite future 3. So what really happened at Camp David and Taba? References Index

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Raymond Helmick is an American Jesuit priest, and Professor of Conflict Resolution in the Department of Theology at Boston College. For over thirty years he has worked as a mediator in various conflicts, including Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey, East Timor, the countries of the former Yugoslavia and the Middle East.


'This book is another big step down the road to peace in the Middle East. I commend Reverend Helmick for writing it, and I recommend it to you' -- Rev. Jesse Jackson
'A sophisticated analysis of the flaws in peace diplomacy and the importance of real and perceived justice to the sustainability of any agreement' -- Joseph V. Montville, Diplomat in Residence, American University, Senior Fellow, Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University, Senior Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC
'For more than three decades, Fr. Raymond Helmick, S.J. has been engaged professionally and personally, sometimes at risk of his life, in work to understand and help resolve the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Everyone concerned for peace in the Middle East, will gain greater understanding of the conflict and what's required for peace from reading this book' -- Ronald J. Young, Executive Director, U.S. Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East

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