the diplomatic and political efforts to negotiate a resolution to a conflict, esp. a long-standing conflict
With regards to Lapid and the peace process, there are four possible outcomes.
But now that the peace process is dead, no one should mourn it.
He also put a resolution of the incredibly intractable Arab-Israel peace process at the top of his agenda.
Wherever the peace process travels from here, the U.S. no longer is its navigator.
Israelis who talk about the peace process do so from the perspective of the 1967 boundaries.
peace process advocates will need to move into high gear to recast the debate.
On the peace process, Lapid started off by taking a middle ground during the campaign.
Hearing, Committee on Foreign Affairs—“The Northern Ireland peace process Today: Attempting to Deal with the Past”
But on the question of the peace process, he sounded a skeptical note.
The only way to get real traction on the peace process is to recognize reality, and not complain about what we wish could happen.