Engagement through disengagement : Gaza and the potential for Israeli- Palestinian peacemaking / by David Makovsky

Author(s): Makovsky, David
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Subjects: Arab-Israeli conflict--1993-
Israel--Politics and government--1993-
Gaza strip--Politics and government--21st century
United States--Foreign relations--Middle East
Middle East--Foreign relations--United States
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Washington : Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2005
LC Classification: D, DS
Physical Description: xix, 139 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Table of Contents: The political sphere : taking advantage of opportunities 6
Legal implications of withdrawal 22
Assessing the security challenges 31
Improving Gaza's economic prospects 54
Recommendations for U.S. action 74
App. 1. Excerpts from Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's speech at the Fourth Herzliya Conference, December 18, 2003 81
App. 2. Excerpts from Bush-Blair press conference, November 12, 2004 83
App. 3. Text of the Quartet roadmap 85
App. 4. Quartet statement on the peace process, May 4, 2004 94
App. 5. G8 statement : Gaza withdrawal and the road ahead to Mideast peace, June 10, 2004 97
App. 6. Disengagement plan approved by the Israeli Cabinet, June 6, 2004 99
App. 7. Prime Minister Sharon's Knesset address before the disengagement vote, October 25, 2004 111
App. 8. Exchange of letters between Prime Minister Sharon and President Bush, April 2004 116
App. 9. Excerpts from joint Bush-Sharon press conference, April 14, 2004 123
App. 10. Mahmoud Abbas interview in al-Sharq al-Awsat, December 14, 2004 126
App. 11. Mahmoud Abbas interview with al-Jazeera, January 7, 2005 130
App. 12. Summary of revisions to the disengagement plan and fence route, February 20, 2005 135
Notes: LCCN: 2005009351
ISBN: 0944029973
Contents: The political sphere : taking advantage of momentous opportunities -- Legal implications of withdrawal -- Security -- Economics -- Recommendations for U.S. action in 2005
OCLC Number: 58830652
ISBN/ISSN: 0944029973