Crisis Guide: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––58E A S T68T HS T R EETN E WY O R KN E WY O R K10065 • • Tel212 434 9465Fax212 434 9829Email educators@cfr.org www.cfr.orgCrisis Guide The IsraeliPalestinian Conflict Teaching Notes CFR.org’s award-winning multimedia Crisis Guide series aims to provide a detailed, tailored resource for the exploration of the world’s most complex disputes with context and depth of expertise not generally associated with online publications. This edition of the series, “Crisis Guide: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” tackles arguably the most contentious of all modern disputes. The Crisis Guide makes no attempt to steer the audience toward a certain conclusion, nor does it prescribe particular formulas or solutions. Instead, by laying out the facts and grievances in a digestible and easily referenced way, the Crisis Guide can serve as a tool to stimulate intelligent discussion. The Crisis Guide is divided into Chapters, each of which provides an overview of a particular aspect of the conflict and allows students to dig deeper, often using links to other, more comprehensive content housed on CFR.org. Following a brief cinematic introduction, the Guide’s contents are organized as follows: Chapter I: The Historical Context: Athirteen-minute video presentation of the conflict’s background, plus a detailed photographic timeline breaking the conflict into three distinct eras beginning with its modern inception during World War I. Chapter II: The Territorial Puzzle: Narratedby CFR senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies Steven A. Cook, a Middle East expert, this chapter employs animated maps to trace the territorial disputes and the history of territorial exchanges during major conflicts. Chapter III: The Diplomatic Efforts:A reverse timeline (beginning with the Annapolis conference in 2007) of major diplomatic initiatives. Princeton University’s Daniel C. Kurtzer, a former U.S. ambassador to Egypt and Israel, provides audio analysis. Chapter IV: Parties to the Conflict: Succinct descriptions of the posture of each of the major state and nonstate actors involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with links to deeper material and primary source documents for each. Chapter V: Resources: Aclickable list of CFR experts, primary source documents and treaties, additional readings for each chapter, and other think tanks with resources on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Council on Foreign Relations Academic Outreach Initiative is designed to connect educators and students at the college and graduate level with CFR’s research and nonpartisan analysis. For more information visit www.cfr.org/educators/.
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