By Raffaella A. Del Sarto
This publication investigates family members among Israel, the Palestinian territories and the eu Union by means of contemplating them as interlinked entities, with kinfolk among any of the 3 events affecting the opposite facet. The members to this edited quantity discover various features of Israeli-Palestinian-European Union interconnectedness.
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The agreements regarding security and policing arrangements include the Cairo Agreement (1994), Agreement on Security Arrangements in Hebron and the Resumption of Negotiations (1994), Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area (1994), Protocol on further Transfer of Powers and Responsibilities (1995), Oslo II (1995), the Hebron Protocol (1997), the Wye River Memorandum (1998) and the Sharm al-Seikh Memorandum (1999). 5. Area A includes the areas of Gaza and Jericho and seven major Palestinian population centres, namely Nablus, Kalkilya, Tulkarem, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Jenin and Hebron.
25. 43 EU’s policy towards Hamas and the three Quartet conditions see Crooke (2006), Pace (2007), Asseburg (2007), O’Donnel (2008), Goerzik (2010), Musu (2010), Tocci (2011), Müller (2012) and Bouris (2014). In February 2007 and after Saudi mediation, a National Unity Government (NUG) led by Ismael Haniyeh (Hamas) was formed with the so-called ‘Mecca Agreement’. The international community and the EU demonstrated little willingness to engage with Hamas members of the NUG which was dissolved in May 2007.
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