About the Author
In 1968, having been victimized by war, Ziva Flamhaft was the first to mobilize public opinion in Israel against government discrimination of childless war widows. She later came to the United States as an employee of the Israeli government. Since 1985 she has taught political science at Queens College of the City University of New York. Her current work involves women's outlook on war and peace in the Middle East.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Israel, the Stubborn Partner; The Peacemakers; International Interests in a Stabilized Middle East; Beyond Camp David; A New Beginning: The Reagan Initiative; The First Alternative: Secretary Shultzs Initiative; Another Approach: The Baker Peace Initiative; The Final Building Block: The Madrid Conference; The Breakthrough: The; Oslo Connection; The Israeli Domestic Scene; The Domestic Debate Over Peace, Security, and Territorial Rights; The Growth of the Israeli Right: The Emergence of Gush Emunim and the Rise of the Likud; The First Fallout: The Near-Collapse of the National Unity Government; The Second Fallout: The Collapse of the National Unity Government; The End of Likuds Domination; The Road to Peace.