Jordan, the United States and the Middle East Peace Process, 1974-1991 (Cambridge Middle East Library)




Author: Madiha Rashid Al Madfai
Type: eBook
Date Released: 1993
Format: pdf
Language: English
Page Count: 304
Isbn10 Code: 0521415233
Isbn13 Code: 9780521415231


Review "...an insightful and comprehensive analysis of Jordanian national interests, foreign policy objectives, and the means utilized to pursue those goals....It is an original work, meticulously researched using documentary sources and extensive interviews with crucial policymakers, that has no parallel in the literature on the Middle East--in particular on Jordanian efforts to make peace with Israel....The book also provides a rare and penetrating look at American foreign policy in the Middle East....[I]mportant and should be read by everyone--generalists, specialists, or practitioners--with an interest in the Arab-Israeli peace process and US policy in the region." Choice "...Madfai says much of value and her book is a welcome addition to the historiography of the evolution of the Middle Esat peace process." Steven Z. Freiberger, American Historical Review "All of this story makes for rather fascinating reading, perhaps particulary for the reader with a broad international perspective...especially informative and enlightening for the general reader...Al Madfai's work helps a good deal to enlighten both specialist and general reader about a little-known aspect of Middle Eastern history and politics." Barry Preisler, The International History Review Book Description On 31 July 1988 King Hussain of Jordan renounced all adminstrative and legal ties with the Israeli- occupied West Bank of the River Jordan, initiating a new turning point in the Middle East peace process. In this path breaking study, Madiha Madfai explores Jordan's role in the USA's peacemaking efforts during the Carter, Reagan and Bush administrations. She examines the events culminating in the action of 1988 and convincingly demonstrates the history of anger, anguish and frustration that lay behind the Jordanian decision.

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