Taking the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Outside the Box: The Bermigo Plan

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Dgmbooks, Jul 30, 2007 - Political Science - 548 pages
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THE ONLY APPROACH MOST ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS MIGHT ACCEPT - AND CRITICALLY, THAT EVEN OPPONENTS COULD LIVE WITH." When the Bermigo Plan first appeared in 2001, its central ideas ran completely counter to established thinking. But Miller's blueprint was prescient, and his book now in fourth edition and fully updated - opens up the vista from all angles. Miller weighs pet reservations, plus, includes a wide array of factors yet to kick in. So, the scope of the book is formidable, yet it's a surprisingly easy - and extremely interesting - read. And certainly today, few will disagree with its bottom line: if it was reckless not to check a Bermigo-type plan s acceptability to the Israeli and Palestinian publics before the Gaza pullout, it would be outright crazy not to do so now. [Incidentally, 90% of author royalties go towards twin polls of the plan, so 8,000 buyers of the book - if the long-held hunch of Israel's top pollsters is correct - may also enjoy credit for a piece of history. The curious will find a generous sampling of the chapters on www.bermigo.com - or, for a 1-page digest, the book's backcover. Also listed are PDF etailers. The audio book should be available early 2010.]"

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Contents

What Holds The Conflict In Place?
1
Introducing The Bermigo Plan
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The Components Of The Plan In Detail
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Copyright

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