The Politics of the Palestinian Authority: From Oslo to Al-Aqsa

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 28, 2005 - Political Science - 272 pages
This book is about the development of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) from a liberation movement to a national authority, the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). Based on intensive fieldwork, this book analyses Palestinian internal politics and institutional-building by looking at the development of the PLO. It includes rare interviews with leading figures in the PLO and the PNA, the delegates to the negotiations with Israel, and the Palestinian political opposition.

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