HOW TO SAVE ISRAEL IN SPITE OF HERSELF
- The U.S. Role in the Four Wars. Rule, James B. // Dissent (00123846);Winter2003, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p81
Comments on Michael Walzer's argument that Israel acts alone in its strategy against Palestinians without foreign sponsorship. Manifestation of U.S. military and economic support for Israel; Criticism of Israeli settlement policy in most of the Palestinian territories; Response from Michael Walzer.
- Another Chance. // National Review;4/13/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p460
This article discusses the challenge facing the U.S. in the Middle East. The reaction of Arab League countries to the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt indicates that conflict between Arab countries and Israel will continue. The belligerent attitude of Arab countries is aided and abetted by...
- CORRESPONDENCE. Hoffmann, Stanley // Foreign Affairs;Jan1975, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p375
Since the end of the Yom Kippur War, the main attempt at resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict has been the step-by-step approach initiated by secretary of state Henry Kissinger. Enormous energy has been spent in Washington and in Israel on negotiating disengagement agreements with Egypt and with...
- Next Comes Geneva: Russia's Middle East Zigzags. Karnow, Stanley // New Republic;4/5/75, Vol. 172 Issue 14, p17
Points out that the pattern of Soviet involvement in the Middle East is complex. Unstable attitude of Russians to Middle East Arab countries such as Egypt and Syria, and even the Palestine Liberation Organization; Author's observation that Soviet influence in the area appears to be limited by...
- ENGAGEMENT IN THE MIDDLE EAST. Safran, Nadav // Foreign Affairs;Oct74, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p45
This article focuses on the United States' engagements in the Middle East. The United States in particular has taken the lead in trying to promote an Arab-Israeli settlement, and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has twice treated the world to breathtaking experiments in diplomacy, shuttling...
- GEORGE WEIDENFELD. Weidenfeld, George // National Review;6/25/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p33
Focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict. Five point summary of General Tamir; Involvement of the British mandate of Palestine; Link between the Palestinian state and Jordan; Economic and security issues; Concerns of Arabs in East Jerusalem.
- MICHAEL LERNER RESPONDS. Lerner, Michael // Tikkun;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p68
Presents the author's response to reactions to his assertion that a comprehensive settlement of Middle East problems should be a U.S. foreign policy objective. Need to destroy the Iraqi offensive military capability; Resolution of the Arab-Israeli struggle; Essence of current Israeli peace...
- Palestine: A Model for Peace. Alghazy, Joseph // Harvard International Review;Mar/Apr1985, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p47
The author reflects on the Israel-Palestinian conflict and cites ways on how to solve a conflict. He argues that the conflict between Israel and Palestinian would be solved if both countries would discuss the problem through a proper meeting. An overview of the suggestion given by the author on...
- CAN ISRAEL MAKE PEACE? Tamir, Abraham // National Review;6/25/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p28
Reports that the end of the Cold War has created the conditions for a comprehensive Middle East settlement. Attack and counterattack between Israel and her neighbors; Parties to the Arab-Israeli conflict; Creation of a comprehensive conditions for peace.