The Truth About Camp David

Author: Clayton E. Swisher
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0786740213
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The collapse of both sets of Arab-Israeli negotiations in 2000 led not only to recrimination and bloodshed, with the outbreak of the second intifada, but to the creation of a new myth. Syrian and Palestinian intransigence was blamed for the current disastrous state of affairs, as both parties rejected a "generous" peace offering from the Israelis that would have brought peace to the region. The Truth About Camp David shatters that myth. Based on the riveting, eyewitness accounts of more than forty direct participants involved in the latest rounds of Arab-Israeli negotiations, including the Camp David 2000 summit, former federal investigator-turned-investigative journalist Clayton E. Swisher provides a compelling counter-narrative to the commonly accepted history. The Truth About Camp David details the tragic inner workings of the Clinton Administration's negotiating mayhem, their eleventh hour blunders and miscalculations, and their concluding decision to end the Oslo process with blame and disengagement. It is not only a fascinating historical look at Middle East politics on the brink of disaster, but a revelatory portrait of how all-too-human American political considerations helped facilitate the present crisis.

Department Of State Bulletin

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The official monthly record of United States foreign policy.

The Gulf Cooperation Council Camp David Summit Any Results

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa
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Camp David

Author: Faith T. Zeadey
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Night Of Camp David

Author: Fletcher Knebel
Editor: Harpercollins
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The dilemma of a junior senator, who, while being groomed for the office of Vice President, discovers that the President is a paranoise and shortly will have an important meeting with the Russians.

The Gospel Truth

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Orient

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Foreign Service Journal

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World Affairs

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Vols. for 1932- Include the Annual report of the American Peace Society.

Documents Officiels De L Assembl E G N Rale

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Blood And Religion

Author: Jonathan Cook
Editor: Pluto Press (UK)
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This is an account of the Jewish state's motives behind building the West Bank wall, arguing that at the heart of the issue is demography. Israel fears the moment when the region's Palestinians become a majority.The book charts Israel's increasingly desperate responses to its predicament including military repression of Palestinian dissent on both sides of the Green Line; accusations that Israel's Palestinian citizens and the Palestinian Authority are secretly conspiring to subvert the Jewish state from within; a ban on marriages between Israel's Palestinian population and Palestinians living under occupation to prevent a right of return 'through the back door'; the redrawing of the Green Line to create an expanded, fortress state where only Jewish blood and Jewish religion count.

The Nation

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Building States To Build Peace

Author: Charles Call
Editor: Lynne Rienner Pub
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There is increasing consensus among scholars and policy analysts that successful peacebuilding can occur only in the context of capable state institutions. But how can legitimate and sustainable states best be established in the aftermath of civil wars? And what role should international actors play in supporting the vital process?Addressing these questions, this state-of-the-art volume explores the core challenges involved in institutionalizing postconflict states. The combination of thematic chapters and in-depth case studies covers the full range of the most vexing and diverse problems confronting domestic and international actors seeking to build states while building peace.It explores how sustainable states can best be established in the aftermath of civil wars, and the role that international actors can play in supporting the vital process.

The Truth About Dirty Tricks

Author: Chapman Pincher
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In recent years a considerable number of dirty tricks campaigns, alleged to have been carried out by MI5, have come to light. Chapman Pincher, with the aid of access to material denied to other journalists, here examines a variety of cases such as the Markhov umbrella murder.

Walled

Author: Sylvain Cypel
Editor: Other Press (NY)
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An award-winning journalist explores the culture of denial in Israeli and Palestinian societies–and its lethal consequences. Walled examines the contemporary state of mind of Israel's citizens, tracing the history of the State of Israel back to the Jewish national movement and the beginnings of Zionism. Sylvain Cypel offers a lucid analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian situation and powerfully demonstrates that the wall of protection erected in the West Bank by Israel is the most visible symptom of a society in peril. Those who are walled, Cypel argues, are first and foremost the Israelis themselves, who have chosen to ignore rather than acknowledge the existence and rights of their neighbors. Through the study of political discourse, intellectual controversy, and national institutions such as the army and the educational system, Cypel illuminates the mechanics of the culture of force that has led Israeli society into its current impasse. Walled combines historical, cultural, and sociological analysis with personal testimonies and a delightful Jewish wit, offering a cogent and gripping portrait of two peoples walled by denial: Israeli society and its "other," the Palestinians.

Speaking The Truth About Zionism And Israel

Author: Michael P. Prior
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The Ascendance Of Israel S Radical Right

Author: Ehud Sprinzak
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Argues that nearly a quarter of the Israelis are followers of fundamentalist, nationalist, and anti-Arab groups, and discusses their origins, policies, and influence

Camp David

Author: Vi͡acheslav Ivanovich Katamidze
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