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by Madiha Rashid al Madfai

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

Author: Madiha Rashid al Madfai
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 30, 1993)
Pages: 304 pages
ISBN: 0521415233
ISBN13: 978-0521415231
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Series: Cambridge Middle East Library (28). Dr Madfai also assesses the effects the American-Jordanian relationship had on stability in the Middle East.

Series: Cambridge Middle East Library (28). Recommend to librarian. In this 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 a history of anger, anguish and frustration with the Middle East peace process that lay behind the Jordanian decision.

Dr Madfai also assesses the effects the American-Jordanian relationship had on stability in the Middle East.

Jordan, the United States and the Middle East Peace Process, 1974–1991 Madiha Rashid al Madfai Cambridge Academ 9780521036795 : On 31 July 1988 King Hussain of Jordan renounced all administrat.

Madiha Rashid al Madfai, Jordan, the United States and the Middle East Peace Process, 1974-1991 . Arafat Clarifies Statement to Satisfy . Conditions for Dialogue, 14 December 1988 - Jewish Virtual Library. Rabie, Mohamed (Summer 1992).

Madiha Rashid al Madfai, Jordan, the United States and the Middle East Peace Process, 1974-1991, Cambridge Middle East Library, Cambridge University Press (1993). PLO Dialogue: The Swedish Connection".

By Madiha Rashid al Madfai. Many were surprised when King Hussein announced in 1988 that Jordan would no longer bear responsibility for negotiations concerning the West Bank

By Madiha Rashid al Madfai. Many were surprised when King Hussein announced in 1988 that Jordan would no longer bear responsibility for negotiations concerning the West Bank. For so many years American diplomats in particular had assumed that Jordan was the most suitable address for dealing with the Palestinian issue. This book provides useful background for the king's decision to disengage, emphasizing the multiple frustrations that marked his dealings with the Reagan administration in particular.

MADFAI, MADIHA RASHID AL (Author) CAMBRIDGE MIDDLE EAST LIBRARY; NO. 28 (Author) Cambridge . USS Kauffman FFG 59 preserving peace in the Middle East. 28 (Author) Cambridge University Press (Publisher). whole: Dimensions: 24cm. Pagination: xix, 279p. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

Madiha Madfai explores Jordan's role in the USA's peacemaking efforts during the Carter, Reagan and Bush administrations. Cambridge University Press. Madiha Rashid Al Madfai.

Al Madfai, Madiha Rashid. Jordan, the United States, and the Middle East Peace Process, 1974–1991. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Brand, Laurie A. Jordan's Inter-Arab Relations: The Political Economy of Alliance Making. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994. Jordan in the Middle East: The Making of a Pivotal State, 1948– 1988. Ilford, England: Frank Cass, 1994. Foreign Aid and Economic Development in the Middle East: Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. New York: Praeger, 1991.

After the failure of bilateral talks and the resumption of conflict, the Saudi peace plan presented at an Arab summit in Beirut in March 2002 went back to a multi-lateral approach and in particular signalled a desire by the Arab world as a whole to put an end to this dispute. Under the plan, called the Arab Peace Initiative, Israel would withdraw to the lines of June 1967, a Palestinian state would be set up in the West Bank and Gaza and there would be a "just solution" of the refugee issue. In return, Arab countries would recognise Israel.

On July 31, 1988, King Hussein of Jordan renounced all administrative 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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