A rebuttal of common myths and propaganda about the Palestinians, the Intifada, violence, and peace talks, from the Israeli peace group, Gush-Shalom.
An analysis of various peace proposals, and the positions of political leaders, with a detailed analysis and report on how Israel can achieve peace with its neighbors and with the Palestinians. From the International Crisis Group.
Proposes to apply the extra-national concepts that govern the Antarctic Treaty to the region known as the Holy Land, involving a nationality-free zone comprising Israel and Palestine.
Text of the October 1998 Israeli-Palestinian agreement that lays out redeployment and security plans for the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Full text of the plan, proposed by the director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which took effect on June 13, 2001. From the Avalon Project at the Yale Law School.
Includes guides, documents, project overviews and speeches related to establishing peace in the region.
Articles and links on the peace process and current political climate in the Middle East. Included are links to information on conflict resolution and Israeli and Arab sites.
A reference and information section on the United States and the search for peace in the Middle East. Includes texts and transcriptions of speeches, document archives, and links to related resources. From the U.S. Embassy in Israel.
Describes the factors that shape Israeli society's attitude to issues of war and peace. Presents the themes being addressed by peace research and peace education, and some of the institutions involved in this work.
Lecture by Noam Chomsky.