Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Bedford/St. Martin's, 2004 - Arab-Israeli conflict - 567 pages
Smith provides a remarkably objective account of this complex and controversial subject, adopting a long view approach which tackles both the pre and post 1948 periods. Smith's detailed discussion of pre 1948 history reveals how Arab and Israeli attitudes and world opinion have been formed, and how contemporary issues and events can be understood in relation to events dating back to World War I and earlier. Comprehensive and up to date treatment of the subject discusses the ongoing conflict in its social, regional and international contexts, from its origins up to for this new edition March 2003. MARKET 1: Undergraduate students (courses on Middle East Studies, Middle Eastern History, World History); politics (courses on Middle East, Nationalism) MARKET 2: Postgraduate students of Middle Eastern/Arab History; scholars; library sale

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