The Palestine Papers
In January 2011, confidential documents related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict were leaked, including thousands of pages diplomatic correspondence, minutes from private meetings, transcripts of high level exchanges and strategy papers dated from 1999 to 2010. Documents are PDFs and listed below in chronological order.
- January 1, 2002 - FAPS Based on Arab Peace Initiative
- Summary: Official translation of the full text of a Saudi-inspired peace plan adopted by the Arab summit in Beirut, 2002.
- March 25, 2002 -
Palestinian Suggested Revisions to US Joint Goals
- Summary: This is a proposal for the implementation of the 'Tenet Understandings' - security agreements embedded in the Mitchell Report of 2001. The document presents alternative language clauses regarding security agreements as suggested by the PA.
- June 12, 2002 -
Non-Paper: Palestinian Vision of Camp David Based on Arab Peace Plan
Non-paper entitled "Palestinian Vision for the Outcome of Permanent Status Negotiations of Camp David Based on Arab Peace Plan," undated. The non-paper establishes views on permanent status issues as a base line (borders, Jerusalem, water, etc.).
- June 17, 2002 -
Meeting Summary: Bersheeba Peacekeeping Conference
- Summary: Jarat Chopra summarizes conversations that took place during the Bersheeba conference, held by the Germans who have been trying to push the isue of third party intervention in Israel. He also gives an overview of presentations given on the experience of peacekeeping operations in the area. Chopra also provides a brief overview of the influential conference participants.
- October 1, 2002 -
Monitoring and Verification of Mechanism for Quartet Roadmap
Document of unspecified origin entitled "Monitoring and Verification of Mechanism for Quartet Roadmap," that provides a detailed overview of the monitoring mechanism, with special focus on committee structure and composition.
Source: Al Jazeera