Part One: Prospects for the world and Palestine
First session: Global dynamics
In this session, two papers will be presented. The first paper deals with the theoretical parameters of change at the level of states – changes in the international system. The second paper analyzes the situation in terms of other international actors, most notably non-state actors, and the role of globalization:
- Changes in the International system
- The world in the twenty first century
Second Session: Palestinian dynamics in a global context
Where are the Palestinians today? What part of their national rights have they achieved, notably within international organizations, in terms of public diplomacy, global and regional developments? Strengths and weaknesses of their position, nationally, locally, regionally and internationally.
Part Two: The world and Palestine
Here the focus will be on the attitude of international actors, whether official or popular, most notably among the world’s and the region’s great powers, their likely policies, and policy effects on Palestine:
First Session: Palestine and the Great Powers
Second Session: Palestine and the Region
Part Three: The Palestinian Prospects: Possible Breakthroughs
What can the Palestinians do to change the status quo? What tools can be used in the international context?
- International Organizations and Law and
- Public Diplomacy
Second Session: International and Regional Powers