What was the outline of the peace process steps?
- 1991, Madrid Conference
- September 1993 signing of the Israeli-Palestinian Declaration of Principles (Oslo Accords)
- May 1994, Agreement on the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area
- September 1995, Israel and PLO signed the Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip (Oslo II)
- January 1997, the parties concluded the Hebron Agreement
- October 1998, Israel and the PLO signed the Wye River Memorandum
- September 1999, the Israeli Government and the PLO signed the Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum
- March through June 2000, Intensive working-level talks between the Israeli Government and the PLO
- July 2000 Camp David meeting. Despite unprecedented Israeli proposals, Arafat rejected all and walked out
- January 2001 Taba Conference. Last gasp of the Oslo process after start of the al-Aqsa intifada
- The Olso peace process was about a test. It was about testing whether Israel had a Palestinian partner for a secure and final peace. It was a test that Israel could afford, it was a test that the vast majority of Israelis wanted and it was a test Mr. Barak courageously took to the limits of the Israeli political consensus - and beyond. Mr. Arafat squandered that opportunity.
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