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Title: The EU and the Israel-Palestine test
Authors: Khakee, Anna
Pace, Michelle
Keywords: Conflict management -- International cooperation
Palestinian Arabs -- Israel
Arab-Israeli conflict
European Union countries -- Politics and government
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Israel
Conflict management -- Government policy -- European Union countries
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
Citation: Khakee, A., & Pace, M. (2023). The EU and the Israel-Palestine test. Prif Blog, retrieved from
Abstract: Although the US has often prided itself of the status of sole interlocutor in the Middle East “conflict”, it has equally gained the reputation of an interested and biased mediator. In parallel, the European Community or EC – now European Union, EU – claimed to have a ‘more balanced’ approach on the Middle East file, which in turn garnered Palestinians’ trust. But during the current escalation, the EU has been woefully disunited. This blog argues that a more unified European voice can only come about by “walking the talk” of an Israel-Palestine policy/peace agreement based on purported basic European values.
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