Honest Brokers? American and Norwegian Facilitation of Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations (1991-1993)

Sanders, Jacinta
March 1999
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p47
Academic Journal
Explores the styles and intentions of the Oslo, Norway and the United States (US) on the Israel-Palestinian negotiations in Washington. How Dennis Ross, an official involved in the Washington talks, characterized the American role on the negotiations; Statement issued by US Secretary of State, James Baker in his October 18, 1991 letter of assurance to the Palestinians; Conclusion.


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