Twenty years after the historic signing of the Oslo Accords, there is still no resolution in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Since Oslo, we have seen dozens of summits, countless initiatives and several agreements. So, Empire asks, why are the talks long on process and short on peace? Why have negotiations failed under the sponsorship of the US? And how likely will peace be achieved as long as the US remains the broker?
With Washington’s periodic revival of the peace process, Empire takes stock of the last 20 years, examining the crossroads, important junctures, the twist and turns, and questioning the role that the US has played in this failed process.
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