Historical Dictionary of Israelby Bernard Reich
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Few countries have been the focal point of more substantial and continuing international attention and aroused more controversy than Israel. War and the quest for peace have been dominant themes in Israel's history and have affected all aspects of its national and international situation. Despite this preoccupation with survival and security, Israel has integrated millions of disparate immigrants into a single Israeli population. It continues the long history of the Jewish people in a modern state, and it has attained notable achievements in the sciences, arts, and education. Although much has been written about Israel, this volume fills a void in the literature by providing a convenient reference work in which the reader can obtain objective information about people, places, and events. Utilizing a dictionary format, it provides information on history, politics, international relations, society, culture, economics, military affairs, demography, and geography.
Author Biography: Bernard Reich, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University, serves as a consultant to various Unites States government agencies and to international business and has written extensively on Israel and the Middle East. Some of his authored and edited works are the highly acclaimed "Political Leaders of the Contemporary Middle East and North Africa: A Biographical Dictionary; Quest for Peace: U.S.-Israel Relations and the Arab-Israeli Conflict; Israel: Land of Tradition and Conflict;" and "The United States and Israel: Influence in the Special Relationship." He has also published numerous articles on Israeli politics and foreign policy as well ason other aspects of Middle East politics and international relations.
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Meet the Author
Bernard Reich is Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs at George Washington University. He is author and editor of numerous books and articles focusing primarily on the Middle East and North Africa, with an emphasis on Israel, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and U.S. Middle East policy.
David H. Goldberg was, for many years, director of research and education for the Canada-Israel Committee in Toronto and taught Political Science at York University. He is author and editor of several publications on Israel, the Middle East, Israel-Diaspora relations and Canada’s Middle East policy.
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