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20 years after Oslo: facts on the ground

The 1993 Oslo Accords were a landmark peace agreement, establishing the two-state solution as the formula for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But they deferred the most important and difficult issues: the status of Jerusalem; refugees and the right of return; Israeli settlements; security; and borders.

Twenty years on, we look at where these issues stand and what challenges remain before a peaceful resolution can finally be negotiated.

Opinion

Referendums could be key to peace deal

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Thirsting for water, 20 years after Oslo

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"I tried to persuade Rabin to negotiate a permanent settlement"

Opinion

The world now has a chance to end war in Syria

Guest blog

Israel’s opportunity for peace with the Arab and Muslim world