Israeli and Palestinian proposals for the West Bank

Garfinkle, Adam
June 1992
Orbis;Summer92, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p429
Academic Journal
Examines the political context and contents of Israeli and Palestinian proposals for Palestinian self-rule in the West Bank. Israel's proposal's long and political parentage; Revisionist view of Arab status in the Land of Israel; Interim self-government arrangements (ISGA); Palestinian side of the joint Jordanian-Palestinian delegation; Details of proposals.


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