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Jordan and the Palestinian Authority: Did Better Fences Make Better Neighbors?

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The following article explores whether the establishment of the Palestinian Authority in 1994 led to an improvement in relations between the Palestine Liberation Organization/Palestinian Authority (PLO/PA) and Jordan since 1994. The issue is important in determining the viability of the partition approach over a more integrative confederal or federal alternative between the two entities. The findings point to an improvement of relations. Nevertheless, some very core issues between the two sides, such as the territorial limits of citizenship and the issue of the Temple Mount, remain unresolved between the two sides.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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