The American Search for Mideast Peace

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CONTENTS
Prefaceix
MAKING OF AN OBJECTIVE1
Background: Stages in the U.S. Approach to Arab -- Zionist Tensions2
Setting Directions: The 1967 Crisis9
The Soviet Union15
Arab Governments and Palestinians20
Israel30
Washington Explores Tactics43
DIFFUSION OF AN OBJECTIVE: 1969-197652
Nixon Confronts the Middle East53
Washington as Peacemaker: 1969-197059
Peacemaking and Non-Peacemaking: 1970-197367
Step-By-Step Diplomacy: 1973-197676
REVIVAL OF AN OBJECTIVE: JIMMY CARTER, 1977-198198
Carter's Drive to Geneva99
The Geneva Bubble Bursts111
Toward an Egyptian-Israeli Peace118
The Egyptian -- Israeli Peace129
Lebanon137

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - MAKING OF AN OBJECTIVE 1
  • 2 - DIFFUSION OF AN OBJECTIVE: 1969-1976 52
  • 3 - REVIVAL OF AN OBJECTIVE: JIMMY CARTER, 1977-1981 98
  • 4 - ABANDONMENT OF AN OBJECTIVE: RONALD REAGAN, 1981-1988 144
  • 5 - CONCLUSION: PRELUDE TO REQUIEM? 212
  • POSTSCRIPT: PRELUDE TO PEACE? 240
  • Appendix A 243
  • Notes 253
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 283
  • Index 287
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