25 Years After Oslo Accords is the so called peace process an epic failure?

When the Oslo peace accords were signed a quarter-century ago, residents of Jericho celebrated and Palestinians saw it as a foothold for what they trusted would become their own new state.

The Oslo accords, first unveiled on the White House lawn with a handshake between Yitzhak Rabin and Yasir Arafat on Sept. 13, 1993, culminated in mutual recognition between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Today, however, the Oslo process is moribund, having produced neither a peace agreement nor a Palestinian state. Palestinian Authority officials blame Israel for many of its problems, including the absence of democracy and economic progress.

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