Beware the Extremists: Lessons From Oslo, Twenty Years On
The consequences of the Oslo Accords, which gave Israel a Palestinian partner for negotiations, reduced its isolation, and confirmed a two-state solution, will be wiped out if the current talks process fail.
On April 29, 1992, in the midst of the national election campaign in Israel, I met with Terje Rod-Larsen, director of the Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies, headquartered in Oslo, Norway.
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