Land of the Hart: Israelis, Arabs, the Territories: And a Vision of the Future

By Arie Eliav Lova; Judith Yalon | Go to book overview

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THE COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

CURRENT ACCOUNT

In discussing our relations with Europe, we refer not only to the Common Market countries, but to all countries of both Western and Eastern Europe.

Western Europe now stands at the beginning of federalization. The first triumphant milestone in this process is the emergence of the Common Market. It is a highly complicated process, with severe birth pangs; nevertheless it possesses a strong dynamic force of its own. The Common Market countries constitute a very powerful magnetic field to which additional European states are constantly being attracted. There will be many ups and downs and many years will pass before the founding of the United States of Europe.

Western Europe is not a superpower in the political sense of the term. It is still divided into a dozen and a half states, each with a different past, tradition, and language, and each with its own vested interests. In the economic sense, Western Europe is already marching toward superpower status. In terms of population, gross national product, and standard of technological development the Common Market countries today compete on an even footing with both the United States and the Soviet

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - THE JEWS AND THE LAND OF ISRAEL 8
  • 2 - THE ARABS AND "FALASTIN" 93
  • 3 - FACE TO FACE WITH OUR NEIGHBORS: WE, THE PALES­ TINIAN ARABS, AND JORDAN 118
  • 4 - ISRAEL AND EGYPT 177
  • 5 - THE SYRIANS FACING US 198
  • 6 - OUR RELATIONS WITH LEBANON 206
  • 7 - FACE TO FACE WITH THE ARAB WORLD 211
  • 8 - THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 217
  • 9 - THE SOVIET UNION 242
  • 10 - THE COUNTRIES OF EUROPE 278
  • 11 - THE THIRD WORLD 288
  • 12 - THE FACE OF SOCIETY 294
  • 13 - RESERVOIRS OF IMMIGRATION 318
  • 14 - A VISION OF THE FUTURE 341
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