The Palestine-Israeli Peace Process after the Cold War
Mohamad Morra

This paper provides a detailed and intricate analysis of the impact of a New World Order on the Palestine-Israel peace process, which took shape after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The end of the bipolar World Order and the eventual emergence of a new unipolar World Order paved the way for the emergence of different opportunities as well as challenges in the Palestine-Israel peace process. In particular, the United States being the only remaining single superpower once the Soviet Union collapsed has managed to enjoy a substantial amount of influence and a form of hegemony with regard to matters of international relations (Aruri, 1992). This paper intends to provide a detailed and critical discussion of how the New World Order under the American superpower on the Palestine-Israel peace process. This paper explores and analyses the structural changes that took place both within and outside the Middle East region after the collapse of the Cold War as well as the political maneuvering involved in the Palestinian Liberation Organization and the Israeli government. It looks at the effects of the structural changes that took place once the Cold War came to an end with regard to the Palestine-Israel peace process

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jirfp.v4n2a4