Arab-Jewish Relations: From Conflict to Resolution? : Essays in Honour of Moshe Maʻoz

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Elie Podeh, Asher Kaufman, Moshe Maʻoz
Sussex Academic Press, 2006 - History - 386 pages
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Distinguished American, Canadian, Palestinian, and Israeli contributors illuminate the building blocks on the possible path from conflict to reconciliation between Jews and Arabs. Arab-Jewish Relations: From Conflict to Resolution? is divided into three parts: Part I looks at the Arab-Jewish conflict, from early Zionism to the 1967 Arab-Israeli War; Part II, focuses on Israel's relations with its neighboring countries Syria and Lebanon; and Part III is concerned with the peace process, its dynamics, and the missed opportunities for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. This festschrift honoring Professor Moshe Ma'oz--a leading scholar who has held positions at Hebrew University, the Middle East Institute, Harvard University, the Brookings Institution, the Wilson Center, and the United States Institute of Peace--includes articles examining the Arab-Jewish conflict over land during the Mandate period, 19th-century Jerusalem, the legacy of the Oslo peace process, and Israeli-Iraqi relations.

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