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From Camp David To The Gulf

Set in the context of some of the current debates in the foreign policy literature, this book offers a general introduction to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that concentrates on what took place at Camp David in 1978. Safty makes his position clear, and does a careful and responsible job in backing it up. The most interesting part is based on Arabic sources that are not otherwise accessible.

294 pages | 6 x 9


Political Science: Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, and International Relations

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents: PEACE, NEGOTIATIONS, LANGUAGE & PROPAGANDA. Can There be a Just and Enduring Peace in the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian Conflict? Sadat’s Road to Camp David: Negotiations & Decision-making: From Sinai to Camp David and Blair House. The Camp David Order: Reactions & Consequences. Language & Propaganda: The Linguistic Management of Challenges to Media Interpretations of the Palestine Question. THE WAR AGAINST IRAQ. The Making of a Crisis. Anatomy of Confrontation. Negotiations or War? The New World Order.

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