Arab-Israeli dispute

an annotated bibliography of bibliographies
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Use this as a basic high school or college-level library reference: it provides a historical overview, introduction, and chronology of important events relating to the Arab-Israel dispute, exploring terms, providing bibliographic reference, and including all the historical detail needed for study.

-- Midwest Book Cited by: The Arab-Israel Dispute profiles this conflict, from its historical roots to the present. Excerpt Most of the historical events recorded in the Old Testament took place in Palestine; thus it became the focus of many Jewish religious practices, customs and traditions.

This reference offers impartial documentation and background information fundamental to the understanding of Arab-Israeli relations. It covers in detail the years since the first Arab-Israeli war and the statehood of Israel, into the most recent developments in relations between Israel, the emerging Palestinian political entities Arab-Israeli dispute book the Arab : Europa.

shell. Foreign Relations of the United States, –, Volume XX, Arab-Israeli Dispute, – Foreign Relations of the United States, –, Arab-Israeli Dispute, January 1–JVolume XV Foreign Relations of the United States, –.

Foreign Relations of the United States,Volume XXIII, Arab-Israeli Dispute, Title: President Nixon and the Role of Intelligence in the Arab-israeli War (30 January ). Since declaring its independence in in its traditional homeland, the Jewish state of Israel has been in nearly constant conflict.

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The authors in this book explore the founding of Israel, potential solutions to the Arab-Israeli dispute, America's relationship with the Jewish state, and the question of its right to exist. A GUIDE TO THE Arab-Israeli Conflict By Mitchell G. Bard American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE) Even the Palestinian-Israeli dispute, which has typically been re-ferred to as a fight between two peoples over one land, has become a This book.

The Arab Israeli Crisis is part of Unit 5 Conflict - specifically the genocides in the 20th century and crisis including India-Pakistan, Arab Israeli, and North and South Korea. Students in International Baccalaureate schools are asked to think globally at the big picture.

Foreign Relations of the United States, –, Volume XX, Arab-Israeli Dispute, –68 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers Pages: The modern roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict date back to the nineteenth century, following the first waves of Jewish immigration to the land of Palestine, an area which at the time was part of Author: Asaf Siniver.

BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTES EDITED BY LEO GROSS The Arab-Israeli Conflict. Edited by John Norton Moore. Sponsored by view of the rapid developments in the Arab-Israeli dispute, the author was not able to complete the three volumes at approximately the same time.

Get this from a library. The Arab-Israel dispute. [Don Peretz] -- Presents a historical overview of the conflict between Zionism and the Arab states for control of Palestine, beginning with the Ottoman Era in and continuing through the peace negotiations of.

unconstructive hydrofictions. Yes, water is a critical area of dispute in the Arab-Israeli conflict; but given the current climate of peacemaking, and given the general war-weariness among states and populations, such predictions are excitable pieces of subjectivism.

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1. Jimmy Carter and the Arab-Israeli Dispute. By Galen Jackson. In Arab-Israeli Diplomacy Under Carter, Jørgen Jensehaugen explores the fundamental paradox of President Jimmy Carter’s approach to Arab-Israeli Jensehaugen points out on the very first page of the book, “the Palestinian issue was a cornerstone of President Carter’s Middle East policy,” which, given.

Arab-Israeli wars, series of military conflicts between Israeli and various Arab forces, most notably in –49, and These include Israel’s War of Independence and the Palestinian Nakbah, the Suez Crisis, the Six-Day War, the Yom Kippur War, and two wars in Lebanon.

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They are the best weapons we have to insure that truth triumphs over fiction. Mitchell G. Bard October vi Preface *John Adams, “Argument in Defense of the Soldiers in Boston Massacre Trial,” (De-cember ). Since various powers have sought to protect their own interests by active assistance to one party or another in the Arab-Israeli struggle.

This book shows how those countries and institutions that have attempted to mediate the conflict have also acted out of self-interest. 6 Jensehaugen, Arab-Israeli Diplomacy Under Carter, 6, 44, 58– 7 Resolutionwhich had been adopted unanimously in Novemberwas the main framework within which Arab-Israeli peace negotiations were conducted.

8 Jensehaugen, Arab-Israeli Diplomacy Under Carter, 9 Jensehaugen, Arab-Israeli Diplomacy Under Carter, 68– Foreign RelationsVol XVIII, Arab-Israeli Dispute, Other State Department Archive Sites The State Department web site below is a permanent electronic archive of information released online from January 1, to Janu The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an ongoing dispute between Israelis and the Palestinians.

It forms part of the wider Arab-Israeli conflict. Access study documents, get answers to your study questions, and connect with real tutors for HIST Arab-Israeli Dispute at Virginia Tech.

October, was a traumatic period for the Arab-Israeli conflict which greatly affected the American economy. On October 6 th, Arab armies attacked Israel on Yom Kippur morning and the ensuing war resulted in an Arab oil embargo against the United States that brought long lines at gas stations, a spike in prices, and rationing.

The product of an elaborate American-European-Japanese effort, this collection of 20 essays treats the political economy of the global energy crisis following the Arab-Israeli war ofespecially the individual and collective reactions of the major consuming nations of the West.

The quality is generally high, the editing competent, the conclusions mixed. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City New York, NY Donor bostonpubliclibrary External-identifierPages: About the book: “A fully documented, dramatic history of the events which shaped the Middle East.

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Every key problem in the Arab-Israel conflict, every decision is carefully analyzed, from the questionable policies of Britain in to how the Palestinian refugee problem began.

The enormous changes in the s throughout the Middle East have necessitated this thoroughly revised edition of the standard introduction to the subject. Offering a balanced history of both Israeli and Arab goals, Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict covers the history of Palestine 5/5(2).

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In its current form, the Arab-Israeli conflict is a modern phenomenon, which dates back to the end of the 19th conflict became a major international issue after the Ottoman Empire in lost power in the Middle East, and in various forms it goes on until this very day.

The Arab-Israeli conflict was the source of at least five wars and a large number of "minor conflicts". Traditionally dominated by Israelis, the historiography on the Arab-Israeli dispute has gone through various phases.

The 'old' or 'mobilised' history, written by Israeli scholars in the s, '60s and '70s, portrayed Israel as under serious threat from the Arabs and so forced into a .In his new book Ian Lustick brings fifty years as an analyst of the Arab-Israeli dispute to bear on this question.

He offers a radical and provocative explanation of why continued attempts to divide the land will have no more success than would negotiations to establish a one-state solution.TIMELINE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT. Nearly half the land of Palestine was owned by Arabs, nearly half was “Crown Lands”, and about 8% was owned by Jews.

In a UN Special Commission on Palestine recommended that this area be divided equally, with open borders, into an Arab state and a Jewish state.