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Elusive Peace in the Middle East
Elusive Peace in the Middle East
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Malcolm H. Kerr - Editor
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Hardcover - 347 pages
Release Date: June 1975
ISBN10: 0-87395-305-3
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-305-4

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Paperback - 347 pages
Release Date: June 1975
ISBN10: 0-87395-306-1
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-306-1

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Summary

“This study is a ‘must’ for all students of the Middle Eastern area if they are to obtain a feel for the problems involved in a settlement. Despite over a score of years’ involvement with the Middle East this work gave me a better grasp of the overall situation.” — Gordon H. Terry, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, in The Middle East Journal

Published in cooperation with the International Peace Academy.


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Table of Contents

Introduction

Malcolm H. Kerr

United Nations Peace Efforts

Fred J. Khouri

Israel and Jewish-Arab Peace: Governmental and Nongovernmental Approaches

Aharon Cohen

Arab Peace Efforts and the Solution of the Arab-Israeli Problem

George M. Haddad

American Efforts for Peace

John C. Campbell

Peace in the Middle East

E.L.M. Burns

Maps


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