The Gaza Crisis (Fall 2007)

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    Palestinians at the Negotiating Table: Past Meets Present?

    Kenneth W. Stein Fall 2007
    Since 1939, there have been more than a half dozen Middle East conferences aimed at managing or resolving portions of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The...

    Congressional Roundtable: Sen. Jon Kyl and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

    iF: What is the most pressing challenge for U.S. policy makers as a result of the Hamas takeover? JK: U.S. policy makers are in the...

    Egyptian Security and the Gaza Border

    Khairi Abaza Fall 2007
    Following the June Hamas coup, the Egyptian government (EG) took drastic measures against the smuggling operations on its Eastern border with Gaza. The EG...

    Between the West Bank and a Hard Place

    Richard Baehr Fall 2007
    After Hamas gunmen routed Fatah forces to seize control of Gaza in early June, Washington became convinced that propping up Palestinian Authority (PA) President...

    A New and Complicated Palestinian Landscape

    Dennis Ross Fall 2007
    iF: Please describe your take on what happened in Gaza. DR: There is no doubt in my mind that Hamas basically planned this. There is...

    Will Israel Return to Gaza?

    Mitchell Bard Fall 2007
    Two years after Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon unilaterally pulled Israel out of the Gaza Strip, his controversial disengagement policy is now widely viewed...

    Letter from the Publisher: Hamas Conquers Gaza

    Matthew Brooks Fall 2007
    The first edition of inFocus, dealing with the threats posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran, was a resounding success. The essays we published...

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