James Baker and the Arab-Israeli Peace Conference at Madrid 1991
The Conference of Madrid was held on Oct30 1990 after efforts exercised by the American secretary of state James Baker through eight tours of negotiations in the Middle East.
During his tours, Baker visited Israel and a number of Arabic stales involved directly or indirectly in the struggle.
The success of Baker’s efforts was attributed to some factors the Most important of which is the conditions undergone by the region after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on, 1990 which led to a ease of dissipation in the dismantle of the Arabs’ attitudes . Another factor could be the dismantle of the soviet Union which hue led to America’s insulation on the global level Finally ‘ Baker’s political experience enabled him to persuade the parties involved in the struggle to take part in the conference.