The Saudi/Arab League Initiative

By Leonard Fein

Americans for Peace Now, March 2007

The author discusses the Arab League initiative on the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the reversal of rolls between Israel and the Arab World. After 1967, the "€œthree no's of Khartoum" assured that the Arabs were not real partners for peace. But in 2007, by promulgating this initiative, there finally is recognition in the Arab world in the ways in which they have been their own worst enemy. While this initiative is a very tentative first step, it is at least the rhetorical endorsement of the idea of peace.

Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Diplomacy, International Relations, Arab-Israeli Conflict, War, Conflict Resolution, Israeli-Arab Conflict, Discourse and Dialogue

Name of Publication: APN Blog

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Genre: Blog Post

Coverage: Egypt , Israel , Jordan , Palestinian Territories , Saudi Arabia

Language: English

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