Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinians : from Camp David to Intifada / Ann Mosely Lesch and Mark Tessler ; foreword by Richard B. Parker.
Contributor(s): Tessler, Mark AMaterial type: TextSeries: Indiana series in Arab and Islamic studies: Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1989Edition: 1st edDescription: xiv, 298 p. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 0253333202; 9780253333209; 0253205123 (pbk.); 9780253205124 (pbk.); 9780253205124Subject(s): Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1973-1993 | Palestinian Arabs -- Politics and government | West Bank -- Politics and government | Gaza Strip -- Politics and government | Egypt -- Foreign relations -- Israel | Israel -- Foreign relations -- EgyptAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinians.; Online version:: Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinians.DDC classification: 956.04 LOC classification: DS119.7 | .L466 1989
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The camp David accords and the Palestinian Problem -- Post-Sinai pressures in Israel and Egypt -- Egyptian-Israeli boundary disputes: The problem of Taba -- Egyptian-Israeli boundary disputes: the problem of Taba -- Egyptian-Israeli relations: normalization or special ties? -- Arabs in Israel -- Palestinian writings: Closed borders, divided lives -- Israeli Politics and the Palestinian problem after Camp David -- Secularism and Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict -- Israel's drive into the West Bank and Gaza -- Gaza: history and politics -- Gaza: life under occupation -- The West Bank and Gaza: Political and ideological responses to occupation -- Epilogue: thinking about territorial compromise in Israel.