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...r, opted for an Integrated Middle East area, with the aim to expand the power of the NATO operation, to prevent further conflict in the territory and to reduce the economic costs caused by the Iraq war (Frontline, 2014). Unfortunately, with the outbreak of the Second Intifada, the Oslo agreements and all efforts previously implemented by the US to reconcile Israel and Palestine, were diminished. The question that most characterizes unsuccessful effort to bring peace between these two parties was the superficial mediation plan that did not consider all the various interests of the Palestinian and Israeli’s leaders (Frontline, 2014). Nevertheless, it can be learned from this analysis that states having political, economic, social and cultural differences require an international participation that is more considerable of the social structure of the parties in conflict.
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