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|Description:||ix, 336 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : the decline of American Mideast diplomacy --
Opportunities created, opportunities lost : negotiations at Oslo and Madrid --
Within reach : Israeli-Syrian negotiations of the 1990s --
The collapse of the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations --
George W. Bush reshapes America's role --
The Annapolis denouement --
Obama, an early assessment --
Epilogue: lessons learned and unlearned.
|Responsibility:||Daniel C. Kurtzer [and others].|
In 2006, the authors of The Peace Puzzle formed the Study Group on Arab-Israeli Peacemaking, a project supported by the United States Institute of Peace, to develop a set of "best practices" for American diplomacy. The Study Group conducted in-depth interviews with more than 120 policymakers, diplomats, academics, and civil society figures and developed performance assessments of the various U.S. administrations of the post-Cold War period. This book, an objective account of the role of the United States in attempting to achieve a lasting Arab-Israeli peace, is informed by the authors' access to key individuals and official archives."--Pub. desc.
- Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1993- -- Peace.
- Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1993- -- Diplomatic history.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Middle East.
- Middle East -- Foreign relations -- United States.
- Arab-Israeli conflict -- Diplomatic history.
- Arab-Israeli conflict -- Peace.
- International relations.
- Middle East.
- United States.