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Conflict and Bargaining in the Middle East: An Israeli Perspective
Conflict and Bargaining in the Middle East: An Israeli Perspective
By Shlomo Aronson
Johns Hopkins, 1979, 448 pp.

For the most part a narrative of familiar events from Ben-Gurion's heyday to the present, this book by an Israeli scholar and journalist is of special interest for its analysis of the personalities, motives and methods which have conditioned the Israeli approach to the conflict, and thus to the prospects for settlement.