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The Wye River Memorandum and Its Implications for the Peace Process

Senat #73, November 1998


The Wye River Memorandum breathed new life into the political process conducted between Israel and the Palestinians, and reawakened hopes for the resumption of negotiations aimed at reaching a peace agreement between the two sides. Among broad segments of the Israeli public, the memorandum was perceived as a visible manifestation of the ideology of peace fostered by the late Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin. To them, the agreement represented a further step on the road toward a permanent settlement with the Palestinians, one that would bring an end to the Israeli-Arab conflict.

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