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Title: Toward a new Palestinian negotiation paradigm
Authors: Mansour, Camille 
Keywords: Israel-Arab peace negotiations;Arab-Israeli conflict - 1993- - Peace talks;Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes - Palestine
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Journal of Palestine Studies
Abstract: Against a background of prolonged stalemate, this essay provides a detailed examination of two decades of Palestinian-Israeli negotiations with a view to identifying deficiencies in the Palestinian negotiating approach and drawing lessons of use to future Palestinian negotiators in the context of power imbalance. After outlining possible conditions for resuming and conducting negotiations (making the decision and timing tactical rather than strategic), the author advocates a shift in the Palestinian negotiating paradigm that considers negotiations as one diplomatic tool among others in the long Palestinian struggle to achieve their national program, and places the negotiations in the context of priorities for the coming period.
DOI: 10.1525/jps.2011.XL.3.38
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