Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: from Balfour Promise to Bush Declaration: The Complications and the Road for a Lasting Peace

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AuthorHouse, Mar 25, 2008 - History - 452 pages
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In the coming five to ten years, the highest number of key global security challenges is likely to be concentrated in the Middle East, or be related to it. And the traditional most significant challenge in the Middle East is the Arab-Israeli conflict and its core, the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians. It is a center of gravity around which the region has revolved, and remains of vast political and symbolic significance. Both in its own right and due to its (positive or negative) signaling effects, reinvigoration of the peace process is a key challenge for regional and international policy-makers in the coming years. So, what is the origin of this Israeli-Palestinian old conflict? Why did we reach this point in that region? Who to blame? How we can find a just solution? What will be the consequences if the conflict is not resolved? Can a viable state be made in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip? Gabriel Tabarani, who is a specialist on the Middle East affairs, will try to find the answers in this book where he takes us back to that region through its history and facts, analyzes some turning points in it, which affected that region, discovers the causes and the important aspects of the conflict and the obstacles to peace. He presents all current events details and information from both sides of this conflict. Furthermore this book offers some recommendations on how we can solve this conflict, gives the light on all events and tries to answer all questions in a fair and balanced way.

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Gabriel G. Tabarani is an expert the Middle East affairs. He graduated from the French University in Beirut (St Joseph University) in political and economical Sciences. He started his working life as a reporter and a journalist in the Pan Arab magazine Al-Hawadess (Events) in Lebanon in 1973. He moved to London in 1979 where he became a Deputy Managing Editor for Al-Majalla magazine. In 1984 he moved another time to Assayad magazine in London as Managing Editor and later as Editor- in- Chief. In 1990 he joined Al-Wasat magazine (Dar-Alhayat) in London as Managing Editor…

Mr Tabarani wrote two books, the first was  “The Tears of the Horizon” a love story, and the second book was “The Winter of Discontent in The Gulf” (1991) about the first Gulf War when Saddam Hussein took over Kuwait.

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