Peace Library

Today’s negotiating and peacemaking efforts are the latest in efforts to have peace for the people of the region. For your own understanding CMEP is providing easy access to these documents in one location. For additional document you may want to visit The Middle East 1916-2001: A Documentary Record, which is part of The Avalon Project of the Yale Law School.

Overarching information on the process of peacemaking can be found at:


  • Israeli Settlements - An Obstacle to a Two-State Peace, 1947-2012 may be used by students teachers, public speakers, journalists and authors, and others to increase understanding the realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Foundation for Middle East Peace (FMEP) has prepared this presentation of maps that illustrate the evolution of the conflict from the UN Partition Plan in 1947, and depict the growth of Israel’s occupation and settlement project from the 1967 War to the present. You are welcome to download this presentation, which is in PDF format,  for reference or for use in presentations.  For more information or alternative file formats, contact FMEP at 202-835-3650.

Current and Historical Plans, Agreements, Documents, & Positions (Most recent documents are listed first.)