3 edition of Arab-Israeli relations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited with introductions by Ian S. Lustick.|
|Series||Arab-Israeli relations -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Lustick, Ian, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .A67265 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
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Arab-Israeli Military/Political Relations: Arab Perceptions and the Politics of Escalation examines the escalatory patterns of Israel's relations with Arab countries, paying particular attention to the preconditions, conditions, and ultimate precipitants of wars that have broken out with some repetitiveness in the Middle East.
The book I chose is by William Quandt, who is a former government official and also a distinguished academic. His book is a careful, detailed, systematic and objective look at American involvement in the Israeli-Arab peace process from the s onwards.
The book begins with a discussion of the origins of Israeli-Iranian relations which existed at first in order Arab-Israeli relations book aid Iraqi Jews in relocation to Israel. Sobhani goes on to discuss how Iran's religious right used the issue of Israel's recognition by Iran as a political weapon against the central by: The guests discussed their new book on Arab/Israeli relations, Their Promised Land.
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Explores the history of relations between Israel and its 1/5(1). "A Survey of Arab-Israeli Relations, newly expanded and updated for this third edition, provides an unbiased and impartial documentation of the background, issues and events that are essential to the understanding of Arab-Israeli relations."--Jacket.
Israeli diplomacy and its attempt to find allies, or even normalize relations in the region, have gone through several phases. InTurkey became the first Muslim country to recognize Israel.
In addition, aboutPalestinian Arabs had fled from Israel and were settled in refugee camps near Israel's border; their status became a volatile factor in Arab-Israeli relations. The War From to the armed truce between Israel and the Arabs, enforced in part by the UN forces, was punctuated by raids and reprisals.
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Arab-Israeli Relations, by Brian Baughan - Arab-Israeli Relations, examines the history of relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors, Released on: Octo This book provides a concise history of the origins and development of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Equal treatment is given to the period before the creation of Israel innamely, Arab society in the nineteenth century, the origins of Zionism, and the impact of Zionism on Palestinian Arabs before and after World War by: Arab-Israeli Relations, examines the history of relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors, discussing such important events as the Suez Canal crisis, the June War, and the Camp David : Mason Crest.
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A comprehensive diplomatic solution has evaded international efforts, leaving some disillusioned about the prospect of peace. Large-scale violence ebbs and flows, leaving communities insecure and enabling the conflict to persist as a rallying tool for extremist actors, thereby demanding.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a sweeping overview from the origins of Zionism and Arab nationalism to Israel’s invasion of Gaza and the stalled peace process.
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Impartial documentation and background information fundamental to the understanding of Arab-Israeli relations. Key Features: * covers in detail the years since the first Arab-Israeli war and the statehood of Israel, into the most recent developments in relations between Israel, the emerging Palestinian political entities and the Arab StatesAuthor: Cathy Hartley, Paul Cossali.
“History, Politics and Diplomacy of the Arab Israeli Conflict is the best comprehensive collection of primary sources on this subject. It is an indispensable tool for any student of the subject while giving a deep and accurate understanding of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Relations with Israel have proved to be a crucial factor in the policy of the United States government in the Middle East.
Links have developed from an initial U.S. policy of support for the creation of a Jewish state to an economic and military partnership. — Jewish Book World “[This] is a first-rate study that reflects the authors' familiarity with and understanding of Arab-Israeli relations spread over more than a century of conflict and diplomacy, their gift for presenting complex problems in clear prose, and the thoroughness of their research.
” — Middle East Book Review. In January the first Arab-Israeli war ended. In October the second began with Israel’s invasion of Egypt.
What happened in those intervening seven years to persuade the Israelis to attack is the subject of this book, first published in Israel’s relations with the Arab countries f. Arab-Israeli conflict and make the Middle East the most volatile and the Middle East in World Affairs ; relations between the countries of the Middle East and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
It is a work based on setting from Biblical times until The book is written for the student. relations with old allies. e N Ilan Pappe’s book traces the history of Palestine from the Ottomans in the nineteenth century, through the British Mandate, the establishment of the state of Author: Asaf Siniver.
The Arab-Israeli Relations Part 1: The Conflict The Arab-Israeli conflict started way back after the end of the Second World War.
Since then, it has become one the most violent regions when viewed in a global scope. The conflict has been characterized by some catastrophic inter-state wars within the region, and it has been a matter of concern.
Arab-Israeli wars, series of military conflicts between Israeli and various Arab forces, most notably in –49, and These include Israel’s War of Independence and the Palestinian Nakbah, the Suez Crisis, the Six-Day War, the Yom Kippur War, and two wars in.
Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict edited by Rachel S. Harris is the first book designed to meet this need. Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict brings together thirty-nine essays from experienced educators who reflect on the challenges of engaging students in college classrooms.
Divided into seven sections, these personal essays cover a broad. Arab-Israeli conflict. Here are entered works on the political and military conflicts between Arabs and Israel, including the question of national rights in the area of the former mandate for Palestine beginning inand comprehensive works that include the earlier period.
Neutral documentation and background info elementary to the understanding of Arab-Israeli relations. Key Options: * Covers intimately the years because the first Arab-Israeli warfare and the statehood of Israel, in forty eight, to the newest developments in relations between Israel, the rising Palestinian political entities and the Arab States.
The Arab-Israeli Wars: War and Peace in the Middle East. New York: Vintage, E-mail Citation» Herzog, who wrote the chapters on the wars of–, andwas an IDF general, ambassador in the UN, and Israel’s president. Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive, balanced, and accessible narrative of a complex historical topic.
The narrative is supported by more than 40 primary documents that highlight perspectives from all sides of the struggle. Throughout the book, the author examin.
The enormous changes in the s throughout the Middle East have necessitated this thoroughly revised edition of the standard introduction to the subject. Offering a balanced history of both Israeli and Arab goals, Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict covers the history of Palestine 5/5(2).
Negotiating Arab–Israeli Peace is thus a highly nuanced account, providing a presentation of the various processes that is not only clear but also deeply analytical. If one were in need of a single book to cover Arab–Israeli diplomacy, this would be.
This book is designed as a foundational entry point to International Relations theory. The first half covers the theories that are most commonly taught in undergraduate programmes.
The book then expands to present emerging approaches and offer wider perspectives. Each chapter sets out the basics of a theory whilst also applying it to a real. The Other Arab-Israeli Conflict: Making America's Middle East Policy from Truman to Reagan.
IL: University of Chicago Press, IL: University of Chicago Press, Stevens, Richard.hence the subtitle of this book. Today, however, the Arab-Israeli con-flict no longer exists.
Israel still has peace treaties with only two Arab states, Egypt and Jordan; however, none of the other states considers themselves at war with Israel. The Gulf States were never a major fac. 1. Jimmy Carter and the Arab-Israeli Dispute. By Galen Jackson. In Arab-Israeli Diplomacy Under Carter, Jørgen Jensehaugen explores the fundamental paradox of President Jimmy Carter’s approach to Arab-Israeli Jensehaugen points out on the very first page of the book, “the Palestinian issue was a cornerstone of President Carter’s Middle East .