Egypt and Israel: Prospects for a New Era

1st Edition

David Abshire

Published January 15, 1973
Reference - 128 Pages
ISBN 9780878557905 - CAT# Y339520

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Although negotiations between Egypt and Israel still rank as one of the main focal points of international attention, the agreements made at Camp David have already drastically altered their relationships and have shaken up the political and military balance of power in the region. Egypt and Israel: Prospects for a New Era, a special publication of the Georgetown University Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Center's Washington Quarterly, provides a dozen original articles analyzing these events and their implications.The volume is divided into three parts: first, the economic background; second, the economic opportunity in a new era; and third, political determinants of stability. Among the participants to this extremely important policy effort are Hamed el Sayeh, Meir Amit, Charles Issaui, Ibrahim Oweiss, Ernest Japhet, Robert Nooter, William Mittendorf, Robert Neumann, Edward Luttwak, Dimitri Sines, and Barry Rubin.


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