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Title:
The case for peace : how the Arab-Israeli conflict can be resolved
Author:
Dershowitz, Alan M.
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Publication Information:
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley, [2005]

©2005
Physical Description:
ix, 246 pages : maps ; 25 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
The case for peace -- Overcoming the geopolitical barriers to peace -- The end result -- Is the "one-state" solution a barrier to peace? -- Is a non-contiguous Palestinian state a barrier to peace? -- Can peace be achieved without compromising "rights"? -- Is the division of Jerusalem a barrier to peace? -- Are the informal Geneva accords a basis for or a barrier to peace? -- Can Israel make peace and prevent terrorism at the same time? -- Are Israeli counter-terrorism measures the cause of suicide bombing and a barrier to peace? -- What if a Palestinian state became a launching pad for terrorism? -- Will civil wars be necessary to bring about peace? -- Is the security fence a barrier to peace? -- Is a militarized Palestine a barrier to peace? -- Is the Iranian nuclear threat a barrier to peace? -- Overcoming the hatred barriers to peace -- More Palestinian than the Palestinians -- More Israeli than the Israelis -- A case study in hate and intimidation -- Will anti-semitism decrease as Israel moves toward peace with the Palestinians -- The contributions peace can make.
ISBN:
9780471743170
Format :
Book

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