The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2004 - History - 190 pages
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Since 1945, the struggle between Arab and Jew over the same piece of land has been one of the world's most entrenched and bloody conflicts repeatedly defying attempts at a resolution. The second edition of this successful textbook, sets out the basic arguments on each side, and traces their evolution. T. G. Fraser examines the origins and consequences of the Arab Israeli wars of 1948 9, 1956, 1967, 1973 and 1982, as well as the two Intifadas. There is particular focus on the various peace plans, including the Camp David Accords, the Reagan Plan, the Oslo process, Clinton's diplomacy and the American Roadmap, and a new chapter takes the story from 1994 to the present day. MARKET 1: Undergraduate students of History, Middle East Studies or Politics who are taking modules on Middle East History or Middle East Politics; MARKET 2: Postgraduate students of Middle Eastern/Arab History or Politics; scholars and teachers of Middle East History/Politics; library sale

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T.G. Fraser is Professor of History, University of Ulster at Coleraine.

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