Foreign Relations Of The United States, 1977â€“1980, Volume Viii, Arab-israeli Dispute, January 1977â€“august 1978
ISBN : 0160921015
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As this primary source reference work documents, President Carter prioritized a negotiated settlement between Israel and its Arab neighbors from the very start of his administration. He also played a central role in the negotiations, rather than leaving the bulk of it to his Secretary of State, National Security Adviser, or a special envoy.Â Accordingly, documents selected for this volume reflect this unprecedented Presidential involvement in seeking a negotiated settlement to the Arab-Israeli dispute.
Â Carterâ€™s prominent role is highlighted in the memoranda of conversation that feature his discussions with Israeliand Arab leaders. Through the record of these conversations, especially the verbatim versions, he and other leaders exhibited their distinctive negotiating styles as well as their personal rapport with each other.Â In addition to Carterâ€™s memoranda of conversation, this volume includes documentation on many of Secretary of State (Cyrus) Vanceâ€™sÂ meetings with Arab and Israeli leaders. Vance played a major role in laying the groundwork for Carterâ€™s Middle East policy.
Â This historical resource would be invaluable to anyone interested in the Middle East Policy negotiations during President Carterâ€™s administration as well as international relations scholars, foreign policy analysts, political scientists and historians.Â Additionally some nonprofit development directors and corporate global affairs staffers that work to provide products or services in the Middle East may be interested in the type of past negotiations that led to US agreements within this part of the world.
Author : Adam M. Howard
ISBN : 0160921015
Language : English
No of Pages : 1363
Publication Date : 2/21/2014
Format/Binding : Hardcover
Book dimensions : 9x6x2.75
Book weight : 0.04
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