Dynamics of Third Party Intervention: Kissinger in the Middle East

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Dynamics of Third Party Intervention: Kissinger in the Middle East

Edited by Jeffrey Z. Rubin
Praeger, 1981
303 pp.
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Under the auspices of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues a battery of professionals from different disciplines-political science, psychology, labor-management mediation, law-subject Henry Kissinger's Middle East diplomacy to a searching comparative critique in an effort to throw light on the process of conflict resolution through the intervention of third parties. The results are interesting, although not extraordinary, and hardly would impress the former Secretary, who declined an invitation to comment on the essays, presumably reserving his right of reply for the second volume of his memoirs.