Palestine Jordan Israel: Building a Base for Common by Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International

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By maintaining the same behavior (such as being in the underground, implementing without thinking, leaving no room for democracy). According to their way of thinking, their refusal to change things now is excusable. Anything that can be said on this topic now is prediction more than anything else. The opposition are still very busy and preoccupied with more pressing issues such as Oslo I and II or the coming elections, so 46 The Opposition and Its Role in the Peace Process: Palestine that they have not yet had time to discuss the permanent status negotiations and their respective role.

Beginning with the elections of 1973 (which took place a short time after the October 1973 War), Israel entered the ranks of those democracies whose voting publics are ‘balanced’. No government that has ruled since then (with the exception of the national unity governments in which both major parties participated) has had a secure parliamentary majority. Israel country’s political contours. These two processes - the focus on foreign policy and defense issues and the balance between the two major political blocs - created opportunities for relatively small political parties to serve as ‘tie-breakers’ and to exert a major influence on policy.

Thus, introducing socio-cultural change exposes both nations to internal risks. Peace may be almost as risky as war. On the other hand, the benefits of peace are also more comprehensive than traditionally expected. For Israelis and Palestinians making peace now means exploiting a rare opportunity to adjust to a new world-order while benefiting from world-wide consent and 7 See Peres, Y. [1994], ‘What Will Peace Do to Israeli Society’ [Hebrew], in: R. Pasternak and S. ], A New Era or a Loss of Direction: Israelis Speak About Peace, Tel Aviv: Itayav Publishers.

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