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The Wye River Memorandum and Its Implications for the Peace Process

Senat #73, November 1998

ABSTRACT

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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