Israeli Concessions

Etzioni, Amitai
July 1975
New Republic;7/19/75, Vol. 173 Issue 3, p11
Highlights the territorial conflict existing between Israel and Arab countries. Arguments given by the U.S. to Israel regarding the Arab territories held by it; Illustration of the principle of trading territories for actual military potential; Commitment of the U.S. to seek peace in the Middle East that is compatible with the survival of Israel; Possible changes in the relation of Israel and Arab countries due to the settlement of the territorial issues.


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