Item description for Jerusalem in America's Foreign Policy, 1947-1997 by Shlomo Slonim...
A comprehensive and innovative examination of US policy on the Jerusalem issue over the past half-century, this study analyzes the complex political and legal factors, both domestic and international, which have shaped executive decisions. The book provides a unique entry into the variations in policy from administration to administration, and the increasingly assertive role of Congress. Based on insights garnered from the past, the author offers useful suggestions for a reality-bound future approach to a problem which is central to resolution of the protracted Arab--Israeli dispute, and thus to security throughout the Middle East.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.7" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.3" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Aug 28, 1998
ISBN 9041110399 ISBN13 9789041110398
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More About Shlomo Slonim
SHLOMO SLONIM is Chair of the Department of American Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.