The Camp David Summit of 2000 was a formative event in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian relations. It was the most comprehensive effort ever to resolve a hundred-year conflict. Yet, it not only ended in failure but was immediately followed by the eruption of unprecedented violence. After an message from President Bill Clinton, and introductory chapters by Shimon Shamir, Itamar Rabinovich, Sari Nusseibeh and Martin Indyk, the 27 chapter contributions are divided to: Israeli Negotiators, Palestinian Perspectives, American Participants, the Barak Version and its Critics, the Negotiation Experts, Academic Perspectives, and the Clinton Parameters. The volume concludes with a Political Debate on the way forward. This book is essential reading for all those interested in Israeli-Arab relations, the Middle East in general, international diplomacy, and conflict resolution.
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Author Biography - Shimon Shamir
Shimon Shamir, Professor Emeritus of Middle Eastern History, is former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt; first Israeli Ambassador to Jordan; and current Head of The Institute for Diplomacy and Regional Cooperation, Tel Aviv University. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman is a Senior Research Fellow at the Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University.