Miller, Aaron David
January 1988
Orbis;Winter88, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
The article talks about the changes in Arab and Palestinian attitudes toward Israel. It states that the Arab parties most involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict have come to accept the reality of Israel, and some recognize the need for an accommodation. It is inferred that the new pragmatism is most evident in the four states that border Israel. According to the article, the Egyptian government's decision to conclude a formal peace treaty with Israel was one of the most stunning political events of the century. An overview of the relationship between Israel and Jordan, which is an example of a less formal but relatively efficient relationship, is presented.


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