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Emily WangDr. AndrewsGlobal Flashpoints9/27/2016Camp David AccordsFor centuries humanity has suffered greatly because of wars. No one wants war, but wars have a reality of human history.The Camp David Accords were initiated by the United States in 1977 in order to facilitate peace between Egypt and Israel. Although the accords led to more complicated relations between others countries in the Middle East and the Arab world, there were a surprisingly successful victory for the three parties involved and brought peace to Egypt and Israel.The long and complicated history between Egypt and Israel offers insight into the necessity of a peace treaty. As stated in the preamble to the Camp David Accords, there had been four wars that led to the need establishing compromise between Egypt and Israel regarding land disputes, settlements, and the issue of a secure and normalized relationship between the two countries. There was a lot of problems had to be overcome for this summit to be a success. One of them was that the hatred and suspicions between President Sadat and Prime Minister Begin ran very deep. Another problem was that the outside pressures were too strong to permit an easy and early resolve for issues that had a longand ancient history . The last problem was the hope that President Carter could put outof his mind the psychological profiles done by the CIA on both Begin and Sadat, which could have adversely effected his ability to mediate the proceedings. As a result, the peace treaty was officially signed on March 26, 1979. Carter was awarded the Noble Peace Prize in 2002 for the Camp David accordsThere were indeed many reasons that led up to the Camp David Accords, but the main reason appears to be that both countries were worn out with the in-prosperous wars and disputes. Both Egypt and Israel wanted and needed to do something different in order to resolve those problems.At the same time, they were all showing