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The Web of Relationship

Abstract : tionship with Arab countries. Broad trends have applied across the region. The Arabs collectively rallied against Israel in 1948, participated in the conflict when it festered and swelled, were devastated by the defeat of 1967, condemned Egypt's Sadat in 1977 for moving toward peace, and adopted his formula only a decade later. But under the umbrella of unity, there have always been exceptions, rivalries, and tensions within the Arab world--and those differences have applied to relations with Israel. This paper explores the web of relationship between Israel and Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the Palestinians and Israeli Arabs, and Iraq.
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Itamar Rabinovich. The Web of Relationship. Itamar Rabinovich. The Lingering Conflict: Israel, the Arabs, and the Middle East 1948-2011, Brookings, pp.204-244, 2011. ⟨halshs-00677261⟩



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