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Author Swisher, Clayton E.
Title The Palestine Papers : the End of the Road?
Imprint Chicago : Hesperus Press, 2011.

Author Swisher, Clayton E.
Subject Arab-Israeli conflict -- Sources.
Palestine -- Politics and government -- 1948- -- Sources.
Palestine -- Politics and government -- 1948- -- Sources.
Alt Name Karmi, Ghada.
Description 1 online resource (321 pages)
Contents Cover; Copyright; Contents; Publisher's Note; Introduction by Dr Ghada Karmi; Foreword by Clayton E. Swisher; Analysis of the Palestine Papers by Clayton E. Swisher; The Palestine Papers; Initials used in the Papers; Acknowledgements.
Summary Documents from the classified papers leaked to Al-Jazeera in January give the clearest account yet of what really goes on in Middle East peace talks, including revealing off-the-record remarks made by Condoleezza Rice, Tony Blair, Mahmoud Abbas, and other key players In January 2011, Al-Jazeera television published 1,600 pages of confidential papers and memoranda from the last five years of peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. This book presents complete texts of a number of the most important papers, along with an analysis that reveals a complex, tortuous, and so far unprod.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781843913566 (electronic bk.)
1843913569 (electronic bk.)
9781843913542 (electronic bk.)
1843913542 (electronic bk.)
9781843913535
1843913534
OCLC # 721194198
Additional Format Print version: Swisher, Clayton E. Palestine Papers : The End of the Road? Chicago : Hesperus Press, ©2011 9781843913535


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