Palestine Peace not Apartheid - Jimmy Carter
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"Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" is a book written by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Published in 2006, it explores the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, focusing on the challenges to achieving peace and the role of various stakeholders. Carter's book offers insights into the history of the conflict, his own experiences in diplomacy, and his perspective on the potential paths to peace in the region.
The book's title, "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid," reflects Carter's view that a two-state solution, where Israel and Palestine coexist side by side in peace, is essential for achieving a just and lasting resolution to the conflict. The use of the term "apartheid" in the title sparked significant debate and controversy, as it likened certain Israeli policies to the racial segregation system that once existed in South Africa.
Carter's book delves into the challenges and obstacles to peace, including issues related to borders, settlements, security, and the rights of Palestinians. It also highlights his experiences in facilitating peace negotiations during his time as president and his work with various leaders in the Middle East.
"Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" is part memoir, part analysis, and part call to action, and it continues to be a subject of discussion and debate in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and broader Middle East diplomacy.
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