The Origins of the Arab Israeli Wars

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Routledge, 23 באוק׳ 2015 - 400 עמודים

This highly-regarded history gives a balanced and judicious introduction to this immensely complex and controversial subject, weaving different strands of the story into a single coherent narrative, thus making it essential reading for all students studying conflict in the Middle East. Of all the troubles affecting the modern world few are as topical, deep rooted and intractable as the Arab-Israeli conflict. For this region, an understanding of the past is vital to an understanding of the present. Ritchie Ovendale’s classic study of the roots of the conflict is now updated for a fourth time and considers events until 2003.

 

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1 The Jewish State versus the Arab Awakening
1
2 Two Pledges and the Origins of a Conflict
17
3 The Division of the Middle East and the Roots of War
44
4 British Paramountcy over Arabs and Zionists
65
5 The United States and the Jewish State Movement
84
6 The Arab and Zionist Cases in British and American Eyes
104
7 The Recognition of Israel and War
127
8 Realignment and Change
148
10 Towards the June 1967 War
193
11 Attrition and the October War
213
12 Camp David and the War in Lebanon
228
13 The Palestinian Uprising
253
14 The Peace Process
274
15 The Second Palestinian Uprising
301
16 Conclusions
328
Bibliography
339

9 The SuezSinai War of 1956
171
Index
357

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