Israel at the Crossroads

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Efraim Karsh, Gregory Mahler, Gregory S. Mahler
British Academic Press, Aug 15, 1994 - Political Science - 270 pages
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This collection attempts to analyze the present problems that face Israel and chart the possible future. The book places these issues in the context of the New World Order, the establishment of which includes Israel's improving relations with India, China and Africa, and the continuing Middle East peace talks. It sees these factors as having potentially far-reaching effects on Israel's sense of national security, especially at a time when Israeli society is riven with conflict and struggling to overcome a crisis of identity. The contributors include DavidVital, Gregory Mahler, David Capitanchik, Gad Barzilai, Elie Rekhess, Efraim Karsh, Naomi Weinberger, Robert Freedman and Rosemary Hollis.
 

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Contents

Some of the Forks in the Road David Vital
9
Peace at Last Efraim Karsh
29
Will the Arab Public Accept Peace with Israel?
48
Rabin
87
The Role
104
A New Beginning? The 1992 Israeli General
125
Gad Barzilai
137
The Rabin Coalition and its Implications for Future
168
The Future of USIsraeli Relations Yossi M Mekelberg
185
IsraeliEuropean Relations in the 1990s
218
Notes
231
Notes on Contributors
258
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