Date of Submission
Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2015 Lauren K. Kenney
This senior thesis is a study of Putnam’s two-level game theory and how it applies to the Israeli-Arab and later the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In particular, I analyze how Putnam’s theory explains the successes and failures of past negotiations and what this means about the future of potential negotiations. I conclude that win-sets between the Israeli and Palestinian governments are too far apart for the parties to reach a successful peace accord and that until their citizens are willing to make more significant concessions there will not be lasting peace.
Kenney, Lauren, "Complex Multi-Level Games: The Case of Israeli-Arab Negotiations" (2015). CMC Senior Theses. 1135.
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