Jerusalem in America's Foreign Policy, 1947-1997

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1 ביוני 1999 - 421 עמודים
A comprehensive and innovative examination of US policy on the Jerusalem issue over the past half-century, this study analyzes the complex political and legal factors, both domestic and international, which have shaped executive decisions. The book provides a unique entry into the variations in policy from administration to administration, and the increasingly assertive role of Congress. Based on insights garnered from the past, the author offers useful suggestions for a reality-bound future approach to a problem which is central to resolution of the protracted Arab-Israeli dispute, and thus to security throughout the Middle East.
 

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Internationalization under the Partition Scheme
7
Americas Retreat from Partition
29
The Security Council Turns a Blind Eye
45
The Battle for Jerusalem As the United States
71
The Partition of Jerusalem
87
Abortive Efforts at the United Nations
121
Deadlock in the General Assembly
163
America Adjusts to a Divided Jerusalem
175
Post Camp David
235
Reagan Revises US Policy
249
Bush Plays Hardball with Shamir
267
The Struggle for Peace and Unity
303
The Challenge of Indivisibility
339
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
359
APPENDIX
377
BIBLIOGRAPHY
383

The Status of East Jerusalem Debated
191
Jerusalem at Camp David
223

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