- 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. // Newsweek;3/18/1985, 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.
- 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.
- Provocation. 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...
- 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.
- 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? // 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...