By Laura Zittrain Eisenberg, Neil Caplan
Thoroughly up-to-date and accelerated, this re-creation of Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace examines the background of recurrent efforts to solve the Arab-Israeli clash and identifies a development of destructive negotiating behaviors that appear to continually derail efforts to accomplish peace. In a full of life and available sort, Laura Zittrain Eisenberg and Neil Caplan research 8 case stories of contemporary Arab-Israeli diplomatic encounters, from the Egyptian-Israeli peace of 1979 to the start of the Obama management, in gentle of the ancient checklist. by way of measuring modern diplomatic episodes opposed to the development of counterproductive negotiating behavior, this ebook makes attainable a coherent comparability of over sixty years of Arab-Israeli negotiations and offers readers a framework with which to evaluate the relative strengths and weaknesses of peace-making makes an attempt, previous, current, and future.
Read Online or Download Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace, Second Edition: Patterns, Problems, Possibilities (Indiana Series in Middle East Studies) PDF
Similar War Peace books
United countries peacekeeping has gone through radical transformation within the new millennium. the place it as soon as used to be constrained in scope and dependent firmly on consent of all events, modern operations at the moment are charged with penalizing spoilers of peace and preserving civilians from peril. regardless of its extra competitive posture, practitioners and lecturers proceed to verify the important value of impartiality when mentioning that it now not capability what it as soon as did.
This can be the 1st precise scholarly research of the past due Victorian and Edwardian peace move, the campaigns of which made an important effect on political debate, particularly in the course of the Franco-Prussian battle (1870-1), the Bulgarian Atrocities crusade (1876-8), Britain's clash in Egypt (1882), the South African conflict (1899-1902), and the intensifying foreign quandary prior to 1914.
The Puzzle of Peace strikes past defining peace because the absence of struggle and develops a broader conceptualization and reason behind the expanding peacefulness of the foreign process. The authors tune the increase of peace as a brand new phenomenon in foreign historical past beginning after 1945. overseas peace has elevated simply because foreign society has built a collection of norms facing territorial clash, by way of a long way the best resource of foreign conflict over past centuries.
This booklet argues that the arming of clash is complexly dependent and hugely dynamic. It uncovers and describes the development and interplay of constructions and dynamics at international and nearby degrees, which form the arming styles of either country and non-state actors.
Additional info for Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace, Second Edition: Patterns, Problems, Possibilities (Indiana Series in Middle East Studies)