Rhodes, Fred
February 2005
Middle East;Feb2005, Issue 353, p65
The article presents information on the book "A Survey of Arab-Israeli Relations Since 1947," 2nd ed. This book is an international reference books, which documents the principal events in one of the most intractable and long-running international disputes in the contemporary world. The book aims to provide an up-to-date, comprehensive and impartial review of the events that have shaped the Arab-Israeli dispute in the period between the end of the British Mandate in Palestine and the present. The five sections comprising this book aim to approach the issues in such a way as to present the reader with more than one perspective on a particular topic.


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