Embattled Neighbors: Syria, Israel, and Lebanon
Israel's ongoing dispute with Syria and Lebanon undermines the potential for peace in the Middle East. Charting the course of this triangular relationship since 1948, this work integrates the domestic and international dynamics of the key players to reveal the complexities of this conflict.
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