End of the Peace Process Oslo and After

ISBN-10: 0375725741
ISBN-13: 9780375725746
Edition: 2001
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Book details

List price: $15.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date: 5/8/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.748

Edward Said demonstrates why he is considered the preeminent observer and critic of the Middle East peace process in this collection of fifty essays, written mostly for Arab and European newspapers in the last five years and previously not readily available to American readers. Said uncovers the political mechanism that advertises reconciliation in the Middle East while keeping peace out of the picture. He cites the imbalance of power that forces Palestinians and Arab states to accept the concessions of the United States and Israel, thus prohibiting real negotiations and promoting the second-class treatment of Palestinians. He critiques Arafat's self-interested leadership and the oppressive Palestinian Authority, criticizes the general quiescence of Palestinian life, and denounces Israel's refusal to recognize Palestine's past. In this unflinching cry for civic justice and self-determination, Said promotes not a political agenda but a transcendent alternative: the peaceful coexistence of Arabs and Jews enjoying equal rights and shared citizenship.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The First Step
How Much and For How Long?
Where Negotiations Have Led
Where Do We Go from Here?
Reflections on the Role of the Private Sector
Elections, Institutions, Democracy
Post-Election Realities
The Campaign Against "Islamic Terror"
Modernity, Information, and Governance
Total Rejection and Total Acceptance Are Equivalent
Mandela, Netanyahu, and Arafat
The Theory and Practice of Banning Books and Ideas
On Visiting Wadie
Uprising Against Oslo
Responsibility and Accountability
Intellectuals and the Crisis
Whom to Talk to
The Real Meaning of the Hebron Agreement
The Uses of Culture
Loss of Precision
The Context of Arafat's American Visit
Deir Yassin Recalled
Thirty Years After
The Debate Continues
The Next Generation?
Are There No Limits to Corruption?
Reparations: Power and Conscience?
Bombs and Bulldozers
Strategies of Hope
Israel at a Loss
Bases for Coexistence
Iraq and the Middle East Crisis
Isaiah Berlin: An Afterthought
Palestine and Israel: A Fifty-Year Perspective
The Challenge of Israel: Fifty Years On
The Problem Is Inhumanity
Gulliver in the Middle East
Making History: Constructing Reality
Scenes from Palestine
End of the Peace Process, or Beginning Something Else
Art, Culture, and Nationalism
Fifty Years of Dispossession
New History, Old Ideas
The Other Wilaya
Breaking the Deadlock: A Third Way
The Final Stage
The End of the Interim Arrangements
Incitement
West Bank Diary
Truth and Reconciliation
Permissions Acknowledgments
Index

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