Peace Process

Op-Ed: The Morning After

Much of the recent focus on the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks is very shortsighted. If only the Israelis would agree to another two-month settlement freeze, the argument goes, an agreement could be achieved. Commentators speculate on what a treaty might look like. Emphasis has been placed on how borders, settlements, Jerusalem and the right of return might be resolved. In other words, how does one implement two states for two peoples?…
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New Subjects in the Field

Researchers Team

Ambassador Avi Gil
Senior Fellow
Brig. Gen. (Res.) Michael Herzog
Senior Fellow
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Bio

Ambassador Avi Gil Served as the Director General of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs from April 2001-November 2002. He also served as Director-General of Israel’s Ministry of Regional Cooperation, Deputy Director-General of the Peres Center for Peace; the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Media Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Finance, and Executive Policy Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He has been closely involved in Israel’s policy-making and peace efforts, including the negotiations that led to the Oslo Accords and the peace treaty with Jordan. He is a Senior Fellow at the JPPPI and a was a close advisor to President Shimon Peres.


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Summary

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The Triangle’s Jewish Side

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The American Side of the Triangle

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The Jerusalem-Washington-American Jewry Triangle

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Hamas

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The “Ultimate Deal”

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The Palestinian Arena

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Turkey

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Jordan

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Egypt

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Saudi Arabia

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ISIS

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Syria

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Hezbollah

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Iran

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The Regional System: threats and opportunities

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The International System: U.S. status and performance and the implications for Israeli strategic resilience

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Introduction

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Navigating Stormy Geopolitical Arenas

2/16/2018

Will Netanyahu Surrender to the Annexation Camp?

12/18/2017

The Geopolitical Landscape – Growing Uncertainty in light of the Trump Presidency

12/04/2016

An Opportunity for a Geopolitical Adjustment

2/21/2016

Op-Ed: The Truth from the U.S.

5/10/2015

Geopolitical Challenges and the New Government

2/04/2015

Op-Ed: Democratic Crisis or Jewish Catastrophe?

8/07/2014

2014 – A Strategic Crossroads

3/11/2014

2014 – A Strategically Decisive Year

9/07/2013

The Renewed Peace Talks

2/01/2011

A Permanent Agreement: The Jewish Dimension

10/14/2010

Background: Mideast Peace, the Jewish Dimension

1/01/2010

2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People

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Head of the de-legitimization project


Bio

Brigadier General (Res.) Herzog is a senior fellow at JPPI and currently heads an extensive project on confronting the de-legitimization phenomena. He rose through the military ranks to become head of the IDF’s strategic planning division and one of Israel’s prominent experts on strategic, military and intelligence matters.

Over the last decade General Herzog has held senior positions in the office of Israel’s Minister of Defense, under four ministers and was the Chief of Staff to Minister Ehud Barak. In those positions, he was at the center of Israeli decision-making on all key strategic, defense and political issues. General Herzog is also a military fellow at the Washington Institute, where he published extensively on Middle Eastern affairs. General Herzog is the son of the late president of Israel, Chaim Herzog.


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