Peace process to nowhere

Op-ed: Peace talks can’t be successful unless tight grip of narratives sustaining conflict is dislodged

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1 Response to Peace process to nowhere

  1. Killian says:

    I took a look at this article and found it almost comical that Peace talks continue to be something that the Palestinian-Israeli relationship struggles with. One quote that I found informative and a good summary of the article was: “Thus, a peace process cannot be successful unless the tight grip of narratives sustaining the conflict is dislodged. And they can only start to loosen if both Palestinians and Israelis begin to have different experiences of one another and of the two states a solution is expected to produce.” Basically that a peace process cannot be successful until Palestinians and Israelis begin to have different experiences and come to the same principles. The article also discusses the Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad who needs to empliment more programs rather than principles into the Palestinian lands.

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