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List of Middle East peace proposals

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List of Middle East peace proposals

This is a reversed chronological list of peace proposals in the Middle East.

Arab Spring peace and reconciliation proposals

Egyptian civil unrest reconciliation

Syrian civil war peace proposals

Yemeni revolution reconciliation

Fatah–Hamas reconciliation talks

Iran nuclear talks

Iraq War peace proposals

Gulf War peace initiatives

1991 and after

Turkish–Kurdish conflict negotiations

  • Turkey–PKK peace talks (1999–2004, unsuccessful)
  • Solution process (2012–ongoing)

Internal Lebanese reconciliation

Cyprus conflict pacification attempts

Iraqi–Kurdish conflict peace negotiations

Arab–Israeli peace diplomacy and treaties

Arab League–Israel accords

Peace process in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Turkish War of Independence peace treaties

WWI and post-war accords

Saudi related peace treaties

See also

External links

  • U.S. Attempts at Peace in the Middle East from the Dean Peter Krogh Foreign Affairs Digital Archives
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