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Prenegotiation in the Arab-Israeli Conflict: The Paradoxes of Success and Failure

Stein, Janice Gross

International Journal, June 1989, Vol.44(2), pp.410-441 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Prenegotiation in the Arab-Israeli Conflict: The Paradoxes of Success and Failure
  • Autor: Stein, Janice Gross
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology ; International Relations
  • É parte de: International Journal, June 1989, Vol.44(2), pp.410-441
  • Descrição: PRENEGOTIATION HAS BEEN EXTRAORDINARILY IMPORTANT IN THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT. THROUGHOUT MUCH OF ITS HISTORY, DIRECT CONTACT BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL PARTIES HAS BEEN IMPOSSIBLE AND FORMAL NEGOTIATION VERY DIFFICULT, EVEN WHEN DONE THROUGH INTERMEDIARIES. THIS STUDY REVIEWS TWO CASES OF PRENEGOTIATION THAT WERE BRIEFLY INTERRUPTED BY A PERIOD OF NEGOTIATION. THE FIRST INVOLVED THE USA, ISRAEL, EGYPT, JORDAN, SAUDI ARABIA, SYRIA, THE PLO, AND THE USSR FROM JANUARY TO NOVEMBER 1977. THE SECOND BEGAN IN JANUARY 1978 AMONG THE USA, EGYPT, ISRAEL, JORDAN, AND SAUDI ARABIA AND TERMINATED IN AUGUST 1978.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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