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Taylor and Francis

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Most students of the history of ArabJewish relations have come to take for granted the stubborn resistance of the continuing dispute to any form of lasting and śreasonable solution. This book first published in 1983 examines early ArabZionist negotiating experience with the assumption that this has direct relevance to our understanding of the possible outcomes of diplomatic approaches to resolving the conflict. Its main purpose is to assemble (half of the book consists of original souce documents) and discuss some of the raw material which may help readers focus more clearly on the origins of the conflict and perhaps to eliminate some recurring fallacies about its development and the prospects for its resolution. An examination of the period 1913 to 1931 reveals of wealth of previous negotiating experience which is today largely forgotten and indicates that there was little or no movement of any of the parties in the direction of modifying its basic minimum demands and aspirations.1. First Attempts 1.1. Nature and Development of ArabZionist Relations in Palestine 18821914 1.2. Growing Awareness of a Conflict 1.3. The Turkish Factor 1.4. First Negotiation Attempts 1913 1.5. Renewed Contacts 1914 1.6. Failure of the 1914 Conference 2. PostWar Diplomacy 19181920 2.1. Aftermath of World War 1 2.2. ArabArmenianZionist Entente 2.3. First Local Contacts: Cairo and Palestine 2.4. The British Factor 2.5. WeizmannFaisal Negotiations 2.6. The Undoing of the WeizmannFaisal Agreement 3. HighLevel Meetings in the Early Twenties 3.1. Another PalestinianZionist Encounter 3.2. Early Relations with Amir Abdallah 3.3. Syrian Nationalists 3.4. Collapse of the Cairo Talks 4. GrassRoots Contacts During the Twenties 4.1. Local Zionist Proposals for an Agreement 4.2. Arab Initiatives for an Agreement 4.3. Arab and Jewish Motives for Cooperation 5. Relations in the Wake of Crisis 192931 5.1. Negotiating Opportunities and the Wailing Wall Dispute 5.2. Uncertainties of British Policy 5.3. Third Party Intervention: H. StJohn Philby 5.4. Zionist Rejection of the Philby Mediation 5.5. Split in Zionist Ranks 5.6. Daniel Oliver: Quaker Mediator 5.7. Preventative Diplomacy: the Joint Bureau 5.8. Kalvaryskis Personal Diplomacy 5.9. Rutenberg Proposals 5.10. Weizmanns Personal Diplomacy 5.11. Development Scheme Negotiations 5.12. Conclusion. Conclusion. Lessons of Experience. Palestinian and NonPalestinian Arabs. ThirdParty Considerations. Terms of Agreement. Low Priority of an ArabZionist Accord Documents

Data Publikacji: 2016-11-10
Wymiary: 234 mm 156 mm 476.27 gr

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