Citations with the tag: ISRAEL -- Foreign relations
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- Israel's June '82 war in Lebanon.
// Commentary; Nov84, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p24
Although complete data is not available, three recent books provide information on the causes, course and consequences of Israel's `Operation Peace for Galilee.' This has changed the constellation of forces in the Mid-East and offers lessons not only for Israel but for America, too.
- Changing heart in Israel.
// Foreign Policy; Fall85, Issue 60, p109
The war in Lebanon and the deepening economic crisis have shaken the key pillars of the movement opposing territorial compromise--the belief that the land of the West Bank belongs to Israel for religious reasons and that it is needed for strategicreasons. Israelis may be willing to consider...
- The geopolitics of a Golan Heights agreement.
Cohen, Saul B. // Focus; Summer92, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p15
Offers a look at the geopolitics of a Golan Heights agreement. Syria's claims to the Golan Heights; Possibilities for compromise; The Yarmuk and Ruggad gorges; Security needs; The topographic basis for partition; The proposed boundary; Trade-off costs and benefits; Current settling of Golan by...
- The troubled withdrawal.
Cohen, Saul B. // Newsweek; 3/18/85, Vol. 105 Issue 11, p35
The troubled withdrawal from southern Lebanon is aggravating the animosities stirred up by nearly three years of occupation. Despite a ban on journalists, Newsweek's reporter slipped in and out of occupied territory last week and gives his feelings here.
- Country Overview.
Cohen, Saul B. // Israel Country Review; 2011, preceding p1
The article offers an overview of Israel, discussing its foreign relation and the wars it encountered.
- A peace dividend in Israel.
Reeves, Richard // Indianapolis Business Journal; 9/18/95, Vol. 16 Issue 26, p5B
Opinion. Comments on the effect of the successive peace agreements signed by Israel Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat of the Palestinian Liberation Organization on Israel. Increased construction and manufacturing; Boom in European immigration into the country; Influx of contract...
- Shaping reality.
Wall, James M. // Christian Century; 12/7/94, Vol. 11 Issue 35, p1147
Focuses on the foreign relations between Israel and Palestine. Background history; Comparison of Israel with the United States; Political and religious issues.
- They gave peace a chance.
Irwin, V. // Scholastic Update; 10/4/91, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p21
Looks back at the Camp David treaty between Egypt and Israel, the first-ever peace agreement between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East. Roots of the conflict dating back to 1948, when Israel was attacked by its Arab neighbors; Why Egyptian President Anwar el Sadat agreed to make peace with...
- Israeli deterrence, Iraqi responses.
Baram, Amatzia // Orbis; Summer92, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p397
Examines the role of Israel as a deterrent to Iraqi aggression. The failure of Israeli deterrence and the Gulf war; The success of Israeli deterrence; The cases for and against Saddam Hussein's rationality; Irrational actors and nuclear weapons; Cold war analogy; More.
- No aid for bibi.
Baram, Amatzia // Progressive; May97, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p9
Presents information on the Israeli government headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the financial aid of the US government to Israel. How Netanyahu's government constantly results to provocation; Impact of Netanyahu's decision to construct Jewish homes around East Jerusalem; How the...
- Army losing its edge.
Baram, Amatzia // Newsweek; 4/22/85, Vol. 105 Issue 16, p41
The entire Israeli Army looks shaken by the disastrous war in Lebanon. Morale is low throughout the Israel Defense Forces. The government wonders if Israel is losing the qualitative edge that enabled it to vanquish its more numerous Arab enemies in past wars.
- Top Hat,Tuxedo and Cannons: Israeli Foreign Policy From 1948 to 1956 as a Field of Study.
Bialer, Uri // Israel Studies; Spring2002, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the Israeli foreign policy from 1948 to 1956. Characteristics and patterns of secrecy of the pre-state political behavior; Implication of secrecy on the issues of foreign policy of the state; Adoption of Israel on iron rule approach for declassifying state documents.
- U.S. probes alleged Israeli violations of technology transfer regulations.
Morrocco, J.D. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 3/23/1992, Vol. 136 Issue 12, p22
Summarizes US investigations into allegations that Israel illegally transferred Patriot missile technology to China, along with reports that a number of other countries have also violated US technology transfer regulations. Comments from Richard B. Cheney, Defense secretary; Investigative team...
- Israel raid hits Hizbollah.
Martin, Christopher // New Statesman & Society; 6/17/94, Vol. 7 Issue 307, p11
Reports on the cross-border tensions between the Israeli Army and Hizbollah guerrillas in southern Lebanon. Israeli attack on a Hizbollah camp on June 2, 1994 as cause of tension; Speculation on the motivation behind the attack; Disagreement between Israeli and the Lebanese governments on when...
- Heights of peace.
Martin, Christopher // New Statesman & Society; 9/18/92, Vol. 5 Issue 220, p6
Reveals progress made in Israeli-Syrian relations at the Middle East peace negotiations in Washington which began August 24, 1992. Syria's readiness to talk; Compromises by both sides; Golan Heights settlements; Release of Arab prisoners; Opposition by United Kibbutz movement; Shimon Shevis; A...
- Tel Aviv bomb puts peace on the line.
Usher, Graham // New Statesman & Society; 10/28/94, Vol. 7 Issue 326, p9
Discusses the effect of an Islamist suicide bomb attack on a bus in Tel Aviv, Israel on the peace talks between Israel and Palestine. Activist Salah Soowi's reason for the bombing which killed and injured Israeli civilians; Reaction of the Israeli government; Putting the blame on Palestine...
- The discourses of development in mandate Palestine.
LeVine, Mark // Arab Studies Quarterly; Winter/Spring95, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p95
Examines the economic aspects of Zionist/Israeli-Palestinian relations. Background on Zionism; Israel and British claims regarding the negative consequences of Zionist development; Jewish response; Zionist discourses of development; Role and views of the British; Implications of the Zionist and...
Wall, James M. // Christian Century; 10/16/96, Vol. 113 Issue 29, p955
Criticizes Israel for opening a second entrance to a tunnel near Jewish and Muslim holy sites. Clashes between Israelis and Palestinians following the completion of the entrance to the tunnel; Israel's repeated violations of the peace process with Palestinians; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin...
- Sidestepping Dependency.
Avineri, Shlomo // Foreign Affairs; Jul/Aug1994, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p12
Asserts that close economic cooperation between Israel and the Palestinians will nurture Palestinian dependency and perpetuate frictions. Concept of a Middle Eastern common market; Economic inequality in the Israeli-Palestinian partnership; Wisdom of separation.
- Egypt against Israel.
Bar-Illan, David // Commentary; Sep95, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p34
Opinion. Comments on Israel's foreign relations with Egypt. Israel's nuclear arsenal; Egypt's diplomatic attacks; Historical background; Policy of Arab nations regarding the presence of Israel; Expectation of war.
- Jordan interconnection agreed.
Bar-Illan, David // Modern Power Systems; Nov94, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p7
Reports that Israel and Jordan have signed an agreement to connect the electricity networks of the two countries. Linking of the networks of the Jordanian town of Akaba and the Israeli town of Eilat.
- Bombs halt renewed peace moves.
Bar-Illan, David // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 8/8/1997, Vol. 41 Issue 32, p21
Reports on the death of two suicide bombers in a crowded marketplace in the city of Jerusalem, in Israel. Telephone call of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu to offer condolences; Reaction of Netanyahu to phone call; Speculation that bombing was timed to...
- Shifting focus.
Fenyvesi, C. // U.S. News & World Report; 12/30/91-1/6/92, Vol. 111 Issue 27, p34
Reports that Israelis may propose an interim deal to their most hard-line neighbor: if Syria agrees to issue a declaration of nonbelligerency, Israel will transfer control over three Druze villages on the Golan Heights to Damascus. Both sides would thin military forces in some sectors of the...
- Pact considered with Israel.
Fenyvesi, C. // World & I; Jan93, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p141
Reports that Jordan is studying an unprecedented agreement hammered out with Israel to chart further peace talks. Draft agenda worked out by the two sides; Details.
- What's peace got to do with it.
Nelan, Bruce W.; Beyer, Lisa // Time; 8/9/1993, Vol. 142 Issue 6, p32
Tells of Operation Accountability, launched by Israel to make the guerrillas of Hizballah and Ahmad Jibril's Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine--General Command stop their long-running low-grade war with Israeli occupation troops in southern Lebanon and attacks on Israel. Middle East...
- Give up the Golan Heights?
Nelan, Bruce W.; Beyer, Lisa // U.S. News & World Report; 7/3/95, Vol. 119 Issue 1, p40
Outlines the main arguments for and against Israel's returning the Golan Heights. Syria is a key to peace; Israel's defenses are strong The timing is right; There will be side benefits; Syrian President Hafez Assad can't be trusted; A cold peace at best; It's unwise to rely on the United...
- Now it is Iraq that is surrounded.
Makovsky, D. // U.S. News & World Report; 9/17/90, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p36
Comments on the effects that the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait is having on Israel where military leaders are confident Saddam will not try to start a holocaust of his own at a time when an international alliance is arrayed against him. Counting on acknowledged and presumed military power;...
- Damascus demarche.
Fenyvesi, C. // U.S. News & World Report; 5/27/91, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p23
Details Israel's anger over the draft proposal presented last month to the Lebanese by the Syrians establishing a new `special relationship' between the two countries. Gives Damascus virtual control of Lebanon's foreign and military policies, internal security, economy, and media.
- Israel takes on the Party of God.
Duffy, Brian // U.S. News & World Report; 8/9/93, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p16
Reports that recent fighting across the Israel-Lebanon border achieved an intensity not seen in a decade. American Secretary of State Warren Christopher's visit and push for a ceasefire; Katyushas, Soviet-made rockets fired by guerrillas from the Party of God, who vowed to disrupt the Mideast...
- Israel: Guilt & politics.
Bar-Illan, David // Commentary; May94, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p25
Focuses on the portrayal of Israel as a latter-day Nazi Germany by Arab propaganda. Hebron Massacre; Acceptance by the Western general public; Articles by leftist writers and journalists supporting the comparison; Amnon Dankner; Haim Baram; Amos Oz; Pressure from the American government.
- Undercover business.
Shahin, Mariam // Middle East; Feb97, Issue 264, p29
Focuses on the economic aspects of the normalization of the relations between Israel and Jordan. Increase in tourist revenues of Jordan; Transport agreement forged between the two countries; Joint ventures between Jordan and Israel; Implication of the election of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israeli...
- Lost in Time.
Shahin, Mariam // New Jersey Jewish News; 1/27/2011, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p18
The author discusses the cover stories "Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace" and "Israel's Rightward Lurch Scares Some Conservatives" published in "Time" magazine.
- Israel's public relations nightmare.
Harrison, Stu // Green Left Weekly; 7/15/2009, Issue 802, p17
The article focuses on the public relations problem of Israel due to the brutal war of Israel and Gaza in December 2008 to January 2009 in which it mentions the efforts of Israel to defend its right for defending itself against the issue of stealing another people's land.
- After you, Hafez.
Michaels, Marguerite; Aikman, David // Time; 1/31/1994, Vol. 143 Issue 5, p91
Considers this week's resumption of talks in Washington between Israel and Syria. Syrian President Hafez Assad has said `If the leaders of Israel have sufficient courage to respond...the new era of normal, peaceful relations...shall dawn.' Israel's refusal to define Assad's `normal'; Their...
- READER'S LETTER.
Lloyd Klepper, David // Jewish Affairs; Rosh Hashanah 2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p54
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article which discusses the role of antisemitism on Israel's foreign policy in the Pesach 2011 issue.
Kaufman, G. // New Statesman & Society; 3/29/91, Vol. 4 Issue 144, p15
Reports that Israel and Syria want to talk peace but can't agree on the terms of the talks. The Golan Heights; Israel's distrust of the United Nations; No linkage to the Palestinian problem; Israel's Likud; More.
- Science cements Chinese ties.
Rabinovich, A. // Nature; 3/19/1992, Vol. 356 Issue 6366, p183
Discusses how Israel has taken advantage of the high standing of scientists in China to bring about full diplomatic relations between the two countries. The opening of a fully staffed embassy in Bejing, which ends a 40-year diplomatic silence between the two countries; Involvement of Reuven...
- From back burner to peace blocker.
Rabinovich, A. // U.S. News & World Report; 8/22/88, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p37
Examines efforts by diplomatic troubleshooters to settle disputes between Israel and Egypt as well as the Middle East and Africa. The Israeli-Egyptian dispute is over who owns Taba, a tiny beach, while Walvis Bay on Namibia's West Coast is the issue concerning the Middle East and South Africa.
- Target: Jerusalem?
Barry, J.; Stanger, T. // Newsweek; 8/13/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p21
Discusses Israel's military mobilization in response to the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq's Saddam Hussein. High-tech weaponry; Surface-to-air missiles (SAM's); Iraq's close military ties with Jordan; Jordan has been declared the `red line.' INSET: The military matchup..
- Do unto others as they have done.
Barry, J.; Stanger, T. // Newsweek; 1/28/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 4, p26
Considers if, when and how Israel may attack Iraq in response to the missiles Saddam Hussein has launched against the country in the past week. How Israel has retaliated in the past when Palestinian gunmen killed three Israeli civilians; Israeli's penchant for effective, merciless retaliation.
- A Golan heights giveback?
Masland, T.; Stanger, T. // Newsweek; 4/1/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 13, p32
Describes how Israel faces a new challenge since Syria joined the coalition that defeated Saddam Hussein. Announcement by Housing Minister Ariel Sharon to double the number of Jewish settlers in the Golan Heights; Pressure on Israel to accede to U.N. demands that it trade the territory it won...
- Fire on the border.
Masland, Tom; Bartholet, Jeffrey // Newsweek; 8/9/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 6, p30
Discusses effects of Israel's attacks on Lebanon's Shiite Muslim heartland in retaliation for ambushes by Islamic fighters. Death of 130 Lebanese; Refugees; Hizbullah; Israel's strategy; Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin; US Secretary of State Warren Christopher; Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq...
- Uneasy peace partners.
Cohn, Bob; Clift, Eleanor // Newsweek; 8/16/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 7, p7
States that the recent deal to end fighting in Lebanon may have temporarily salvaged the Mideast peace talks but Israelis are not altogether happy over Syrian President Hafez Assad's almost- complete control of Lebanon. Only Assad can guarantee the safety of Israel's northern settlements. ...
- Syria and Israel edge toward peace.
Cohn, Bob; Clift, Eleanor // Newsweek; 10/4/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 14, p73
Reveals that Syrian and Israeli negotiators are working out an `agreement of principles.' Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin; Syrian President Hafez Assad; Sticking points in the negotiations.
- Exports with Latin America.
Cohn, Bob; Clift, Eleanor // Presidents & Prime Ministers; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p24
Reports on the increase in the exports of Israel to Latin America during the first half of 1994.
- The first time in 21 years.
Deming, A.; Strassen, S. // Newsweek; 8/8/1988, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p37
Reports on the five Israeli diplomats who recently visited Moscow. They were the first on Soviet soil in 21 years, and were virtually ignored by Soviet officials, who said the Israelis were there only to visit members of the Dutch embassy.Visit; Reasons; Reactions.
- The United States and Israel since 1948: A "Special Relationship"?
Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov // Diplomatic History; Spring98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p231
Discusses the foreign relationship between Israel and the United States from 1948 to 1996. Establishment of a patron-client relationship during 1961 to 1967; Establishment of a special strategic cooperation during the Ronald Regan administration; Information on the special relationship...
- Foreign Relations.
Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov // Israel Country Review; 2012, p195
The article offers information on the relations of Israel with foreign countries including the U.S., Egypt and Europe.
- The Israeli rationale.
Steinberg, Gerald M. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p8
A letter to the editor in response to the article "Israel Crosses the Threshold," by Avner Cohen and William Burr is presented.
- Blaming Israel.
Steinberg, Gerald M. // Commentary; Feb1984, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p29
After a period of intense political turmoil, Israel appears to be momentarily outside the eye of the storm. Relations with the U.S. are improving. A historical look at Israel's activities and its relations with the rest of the world and how the press has reported it.