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Israel and Its Future

Analysis and Suggestions

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Israel and Its Future: Analysis and Suggestions by Michael Anbar (State University of New York, Buffalo)
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"Israel and its Future" is of interest to anyone engaged in political debates about Israel's current policies. Professor Michael Anbar includes forty essays on different aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict from a realistic historical perspective. By exploring controversial issues "Israel and its Future" will intrigue anyone who follows this conflict, including proponents and opponents of the different policies debated. The essays address Arabs "and" Jews, Americans "and" Israelis, ultraliberals "and" arch-conservatives, ordinary citizens "and" politicians. Professor Anbar draws on his personal experience in Israel before and during its War of Independence in which had an active role, first in besieged Jerusalem and then in the fledgling Israeli air-force. As a scientist Professor Anbar had a leading role in the development of the Israeli nuclear program. During the Six Days War he was involved in defense against the ominous danger of chemical warfare agents provided by Russia to Egypt. "Israel and its Future" illuminates events, ideas, and controversial policies from uncommon perspectives and suggests constructive solutions. It belongs to the "must read" category for anyone concerned with war and peace in the Middle East.
Release date Australia
April 26th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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