Structural Flaws in the Middle East Peace Process: Historical Contexts

Synopsis

Negotiations between Israel and the Arab states have continued in several forms for over a decade, through three Israeli administrations, the death of a King in Jordan, and through countless riots and incidences of protest by Palestinians and Jews. The agreements that have been reached, and some situations established by defacto rule and force majure, have created possibly irreversible economic and political structures. This collection presents a debate among eminent scholars and public officials over the power these structures engender in the region.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • J. W. Wright Jr.
  • Paul J. Findley
  • George Wilson
  • Fadle Naqib
  • Stephen Zunes
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2002