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Mark Tessler is Samuel J. Elderveld Collegiate Professor of Political Science, Director of the International Institute, and Vice Provost for International Affairs at the University of Michigan. He is author (with Ann Lesch) of Israel, Egypt, and the Palestinians: From Camp David to Intifada (IUP, 1989), co-editor of Democracy, War, and Peace in the Middle East (IUP, 1995), and editor of Area Studies and Social Science: Strategies for Understanding Middle East Politics (IUP, 1999).
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition|
|A Note on Transliteration|
|Jews and Arabs Before the Conflict: The Congruent Origins of Modern Zionism and Arab Nationalism|
|Jewish History and the Emergence of Modern Political Zionism|
|Arab History and the Origins of Nationalism in the Arab World|
|Emergence and History of the Conflict to 1948|
|The Conflict Takes Shape|
|The Dual Society in Mandatory Palestine|
|Routinization of the Conflict, 1948-1967|
|The Palestinian Disaster and Basic Issues after 1948|
|Israel and the Arab States through June 1967|
|The Palestinian Dimension Reemerges: From the June War through Camp David|
|Postwar Diplomacy and the Rise of the Palestine Resistance Movement|
|Israel, the Palestinians, and the Occupied Territories in the 1970s|
|The High Price of Stalemate and Futile Diplomacy in the 1980s|
|Violent Confrontations in the Early 1980s|
|Futile Diplomacy in the Mid-1980s|
|Efforts to Break the Stalemate: From the Intifada through the Oslo Peace Process|
|The Intifada and Beyond|
|The Oslo Peace Process|
|Epilogue: The Post-Oslo Period|
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