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View from the Fence

The Arab-Israeli Conflict from the Present to Its Roots

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View from the Fence: The Arab-Israeli Conflict from the Present to Its Roots by Neill Lochery
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Dr Neill Lochery has worked as an advisor to Middle Eastern politicians on both sides of the political divide as well as elsewhere in the Middle East and is a leading specialist in the politics and history of the area. As neither an Arab nor a Jew he is able to go beyond the traditional narratives employed by partisan writers who dominate much of the current literature on the Middle East. Lochery's ability to see all sides drives the argument in this book about the possibilities for peace in the future. The Arab-Israeli conflict has for too long been seen as a simple tale of right versus wrong, good versus evil or, since the 1967 War, the strong versus the weak. This original account from an author outside the fray shows that the conflict ranges beyond Jew versus Arab, and shatters a series of myths surrounding the conflict itself. These include assumptions about how the assassination of the Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, effected later events to the notion that the Palestinian Authority president, Yasir Arafat, alone rejected a peace agreement with Israel in 2000 that would have ended the conflict. Viewing this intractable dilemma from only one perspective simply generates further propaganda for whichever side. This book provides a full grasp of the issues which drive the conflict, including the attempts by the United States to broker a settlement.

Table of Contents

Preface; Good Fences Make Good Neighbours; Where to Start? Defining strong and weak in a changed region; The Road to the Second Intifada; A New Set of realities: the future of Arab-Israeli conflict

Author Biography

Neill Lochery is director of the Centre for Israeli Studies at University College London and a leading specialist in the politics and history of the Middle East. He has written four books.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2005
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Pages
224
Dimensions
129x198x21
ISBN-13
9780826486790
Product ID
1642362

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