Shamir, Yitzhak
March 1982
Foreign Affairs;Spring82, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p789
Academic Journal
Discusses the twin goals of Israel's foreign policy in relation to the history of the Middle East. Theories on the Arab-Israeli conflict; Interpretations of the 'Palestinian problem'; Inability of Israel to maintain a large standing army on its borders.


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