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Documents on the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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ISBN13: 9781571052902
ISBN: 1571052909
Published: January 2004
Publisher: Transnational Publishers, Inc
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £307.00



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This comprehensive compilation of some 200 documents on the Arab-Israeli conflict and a variety of related issues includes all the researcher, analyst, and student of this conflict and region needs to consult in a single text. It covers the years 1897 to 2003. Documents are listed in chronological order because many documents refer to more than one subject. They are, how-ever, identified in the introduction according to subject matter. When different aspects recurred in a number of UN resolutions, only the main document is included, while others are referred to. The compilation is not only about Palestinian issues. It includes all relevant documents between Arab states and Israel, from the armistice agreements (1949), to the peace treaties with Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994), as well as their protocols and other documents that derive from these treaties. The subject-matter content is as varied as the legal and political issues presented by this conflict. It includes geographical boundaries, refugees, water rights, regional security, elimination of weapons of mass destruction, and, of course, human rights and peace.

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