The Saudi Peace Proposal: Seeking a change to the status quo

saudi_peace_proposal.pngCJPME Analysis, published May, 2007: Under Saudi Arabia’s leadership, Arab nations relaunched their blueprint for peace with Israel at the conclusion of a March 28-29, 2007 summit in Riyadh. The Saudi (a.k.a. Arab or Riyadh) proposal, unchanged from the original 2002 Beirut plan, directly addresses the formidable final-status issues, and has the backing of all members of the Arab League except Libya. This document explains the terms, implications and repercussions of the Saudi peace initiative.

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