In August 2009, Salaam Fayyad, then prime minister of the Palestinian Authority, presented an ambitious and refreshingly constructive plan for instituting the twostate solution titled "Palestine: Ending the Occupation, Establishing a State." Salaam, who resigned on Friday, rejected the Oslo Accords' "top-down" legacy of negotiations between ... (more)
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#1 Apr 17, 2013
The Oslo Accords are going to have to be reshaped, from top down to down up. Because it will depend more on citizens' grassroots action to shape them, as oppose to the ineffectual leaders who have wrangled with them.
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