033109 - PLIR 365 I End of 1990s A Israeli-Syrian track...

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03/31/09 PLIR 365 I. End of 1990s A. Israeli-Syrian track ended for the time i. Thought that it would be easier to hold negotiations between two states ii. This failed when Clinton confronted al-Assad with the last known position of the Israelis and Assad didn’t accept it B. Ehud Barak (1999-2001) i. Pulled Israeli troops out of Lebanon, which Hezbollah took as victory ii. Decided to work with Clinton on the Palestinian front 1. Very late in the game 2. Arafat was weaker since the Oslo Agreements had done nothing 3. Barak’s support was dwindling in Israel 4. Clinton only had 8 months left C. Camp David II i. Arafat didn’t want to go and thought it would fail ii. Barak had his own strategy 1. Put himself in isolation for a while 2. Let his aids talk to Arafat and the Americans 3. He was the one who wanted to hold the summit… iii. Americans came with the expectation that they would put forward some framework for peace 1. Showed this to Barak who asked them not to put it forth because he had his own plan
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course PLIR 365 taught by Professor Quandt during the Spring '09 term at UVA.

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033109 - PLIR 365 I End of 1990s A Israeli-Syrian track...

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