Journal of Palestine Studies
No sooner had the results of the Palestinian elections been announced than Shimon Peres declared an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital to be a dream.
This article traces the course of the negotiations that culminated in the Hebron redeployment implementation agreement. In particular, it focuses on the shift in the Israeli approach to Oslo, which appears to have crystallized during the "tunnel uprising," and on the U.S. role.
This article focuses on two young men from Gaza's al-Shati refugee camp who were among the first Palestinians to "martyr" themselves in suicide attacks against Israeli soldiers following the Oslo agreement.