A plan proposed by Eric Johnston, US President Dwight Eisenhower's special envoy, to develop water resources in the Jordan River Basin in cooperation between four countries - Israel, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
A speech delivered by US President George Bush on 24 June 2002, in the midst of the Second Intifada, in which he presented his vision for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. … Bush's Vision for Peace served as a basis for the Road Map for Peace, adopted by the Middle East Quartet in April 2003.
A peace initiative put forth by US President Ronald Reagan on 1 September 1982. … It supported a settlement based on the "territory for peace" principle, enshrined in UN Security Council Resolution 242, and the creation of a Palestinian self-government in association with Jordan.