In the immediate aftermath of Israel’s recent elections and the formation of its 34th government, and not long after a period of conflict with Gaza and heightened tensions amongst Israel’s Arab population, over thirty experts, diplomats, civil servants, journalists, and representatives of think tanks and NGOs gathered in Jerusalem on 7 May 2015 for a policy-planning workshop convened by Mitvim – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies and the International Crisis Group. On the agenda were possible next steps toward resolving the Israeli Palestinian conflict. This paper summarizes the main points raised in the workshop. It focuses on the analysis of key players and the assessment of future options.
Conference Summaries / The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process