AuthorCordesman, Anthony H
TitleThe Israeli-Palestinian war : escalating to nowhere / Anthony H. Cordesman with the assistance of Jennifer Moravitz
Imprint Westport, Conn. : Praeger Security International, 2005
Descript xvi, 545 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm

CONTENT

From peace to war: land for peace or settlements for war? -- From peace to war: terrorism for settlements -- The final: settlement issues: Asymmetric values & asymmetric warfare -- The collapse of the peace process -- The actors in the conflict: the Israeli defense forces -- The actors in the conflict: the Palestinian factions aligned with the Palestinian authority -- The actors in the conflict: the Palestinian factions that challenge peace and the Palestinian authority -- The outside actors that have shaped the Israeli-Palestinian conflict - A failed peace becomes open war -- Casuality trends and the costs of the war -- Israeli strategy and tactics: isolation, containment, and the selective use of conventional military power -- The Palestinian response: the battle for public opinion and the challenge of reforming the Palestinian authority -- The course of the conflict in Gaza -- The course of the conflict in the West Bank and Greater Jerusalem -- Conflict in Israel Proper -- The continuing hope for peace: the quartet and the "Road Map"


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