David II


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David II

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(Biography) 1324–71, king of Scotland (1329–71): he was forced into exile in France (1334–41) by Edward de Baliol; captured following the battle of Neville's Cross (1346), and imprisoned by the English (1346–57)
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At Neville's Cross 13 years later, the Scots suffered another catastrophe and King David II became a captive.
Barry Rubin maintains that the Palestinians missed a historic opportunity for a two-state solution in rejecting the Camp David II proposal in 2000.
Maniero of Millbury; grandchildren, David II, Mason, Katelyn and her sister, Alexandra "Ally" whom David considered a granddaughter; two sisters, Joyce A.
1332: English-backed rebels trying to put Edward Balliol on the Scottish throne won a major victory over forces loyal to the infant David II at the Battle of Duplin Muir.
In exactly the same spot, there were also eight Robert II and David II coins - two hoards about 1200 years apart, which is pretty unique on the same spot.
Following the collapse of the Camp David II talks and continuing Israeli provocations, the Palestinian street erupted.
The plan, first disclosed by David Ignatius in the Washington Post Wednesday, would build upon past negotiations, such as former US President Bill Clinton's Camp David II talks in 2000.
Camp David II in 2000 was another flop, with Israel marketing to the world its Aogenerous offerAo to the Palestinians, which they said the latter foolishly refused.
That rejection followed on the disappointments of Oslo, Camp David II and the unilateral withdrawals.
Marine barracks, the rebuilding of the PLO inside and outside the Occupied Territories, the first intifada, the birth of llamas, the Iraq war for Kuwait, the Madrid Conference, the Oslo Accords, peace processing (see the review of Martin Indyk's Innocent Abroad, page 164), abortive talks with Syria, the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, failure at Camp David II, the Taba talks, the second intifida, 9/11, the second Iraq war, the second Lebanon war, the latest Arab Peace Initiative, and the war on Gaza--to mention only selected high and low points.
Clinton's second term improved, when he delegated to a strong individual (Robert Rubin in international economic policy, Strobe Talbott in Russia policy, Richard Holbrooke in Bosnia, George Mitchell in Northern Ireland), or was personally involved as at Camp David II.
But even if Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu manages to convince Obama and his team that the failure of Oslo, Camp David II and Annapolis creates a sufficient body of evidence to argue that a new paradigm is necessary, other issues contain the potential for confrontation between Israel and the US.