Society Issues Warfare and Conflict Specific Conflicts Middle East Israel-Palestine Peace Road Map, 2003
BBC News: Q&A: What's in the Mid-East roadmap
Analysis of what the Middle East roadmap says and what the various parties can do to help - or hinder - the search for peace.
Guardian The Issues Explained: The road map to peace
FAQ about the latest plan to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians and why it is being proposed now. Simon Jeffery.
Ha'aretz: Mideast Road Map
December 2002 draft of the peace plan whose destination is a final and comprehensive settlement of the Israel-Palestinian conflict by 2005, as presented in President Bush's speech of June 24, and welcomed by the EU, Russia and the UN in the 15 July and 17 September Quartet Ministerial statements.
World Press Review: 'Road Map' Revived
Summaries of views from news sources in Tel Aviv, Beirut, Jerusalem, Amman, Casablanca, Dubai, London, Cairo, Frankfurt, Milan, Moscow, and Paris. (June 04, 2003)
World Socialist Web Site: Israel: Sharon's rejection of US "road map" has powerful support in Washington
Chris Marsden"s opinion that Sharon's public utterances and the actions of the Israeli state and its armed forces have made abundantly clear that Sharon has no intention of seeking a negotiated settlement - even one as onerous to the Palestinians as that outlined in the road map. (May 17, 2003)
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