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After the Palestine-Israel War: Limits To U.S. and Israeli Policy
After the Palestine-Israel War: Limits To U.S. and Israeli Policy
By Khalil Nakleh and Clifford A. Wright
Institute of Arab Studies, 1983, 150 pp.

These are two separate essays on the consequences of the 1982 war in Lebanon, with Nakhleh covering Israeli policy and Wright that of the United States. Both are written from an Arab viewpoint, the first to show that Israel has attained only in a limited way the aims with which she went to war, the second to describe the Reagan plan for a negotiated Palestine settlement and its "decline" through opposition and inaction.