TITLE

CHAPTER 13: THE STALLED PEACE PROCESS: ISRAELI-SYRIAN TRACK

AUTHOR(S)
Hajjar, Sami G.
PUB. DATE
August 1999
SOURCE
Mediterranean Security into the Coming Millennium;8/1/1999, p317
SOURCE TYPE
Report
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents Chapter 13 of the book "Mediterranean Security into the Coming Millennium," by Stephen J. Blank. This chapter is entitled: The Stalled Peace Process: Israeli-Syrian Track. It discusses the peace process in the Middle East and Prime Minister Netanyahu's unwillingness to abide by the "land for peace" in the Madrid Peace Conference in 1991.
ACCESSION #
20498167

 

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