Richard W. Bulliet

Capsule Review
May/Jun
1994
William B. Quandt
Essay
Nov/Dec
1993
Richard W. Bulliet

The militant Islamic movement, threatening the PLO's power base and Israel's security, forced the parties to end their enduring and bloody stalemate. But now that Israel and the PLO have shaken hands, disparate Islamic groups from Algeria to Lebanon will calculate for themselves the accord's costs and benefits. If the Islamic movement could finally make Israel and the PLO come to terms, can it now break a fragile peace?