The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process and What It Tells Us About Negotiations
Date of Event
March 21, 2006 Speaker: Ambassador Dennis B. Ross, Former Special Middle East Coordinator; Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Presented by: Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Conflict and Dispute Resolution (CISCDR) CISCDR Distinguished Visitor Lecture A key starting point for any negotiation is knowing what you want. Israelis weren't sure; Palestinians were •What can we learn from the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and other aspects of the reality of negotiations? Ambassador Dennis B. Ross is Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and the first chairman of the Institute for Jewish People Policy Planning. For more than twelve years, Mr. Ross played the leading role in shaping U.S. involvement in the Middle East peace process in the administrations of presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton. As the architect of the peace process, he was instrumental in assisting the Israelis and Palestinians in reaching the 1995 Interim Agreement, and he successfully brokered the Hebron Accord in 1997. He also facilitated the Israeli-Jordan peace treaty and worked intensively to bring Israel and Syria together. .
Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Conflict & Dispute Resolution
Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process; negotiations; peace negotiations; Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process and peace negotiations
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Ross, Ambassador Dennis B., "The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process and What It Tells Us About Negotiations" (2006). Conferences and Symposia. 450.