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King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, 1967-1988

Author: Joseph Nevo
Publisher: Brighton [U.K.] ; Portland, Or. : Sussex Academic Press, 2006.
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"This book follows the evolution of Jordan's new perception through textual analysis of the public statements made by Jordan's leaders between 1967 and 1988. Jordan's demands from Israel and what its leaders were willing to give in return are analysed, and the constant and changing components in Jordanian viewpoints identified. The major conclusion is that even though Jordan failed to obtain its declared goals, the  Read more...
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Nevo, Joseph.
King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, 1967-1988.
Brighton [U.K.] ; Portland, Or. : Sussex Academic Press, 2006
(OCoLC)605969180
Online version:
Nevo, Joseph.
King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, 1967-1988.
Brighton [U.K.] ; Portland, Or. : Sussex Academic Press, 2006
(OCoLC)607870590
Named Person: Hussein, King of Jordan; Hussein, King of Jordan
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Nevo
ISBN: 1845191471 9781845191474
OCLC Number: 62766110
Description: vii, 209 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : the crystallization of Jordan's perception --
The historical background --
The special relationship between King Abdullah and the Zionist movement --
The friendly foe : Hussein and Israel prior to 1967 --
Adjusting to the new reality : from June 1967 to resolution 242 --
Political activities and initiatives, 1967-1988 --
Jordanian territorial and conceptual demands of Israel --
A. Territorial demands --
Withdrawal from the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip --The question of Jerusalem --
Settlements and natural resources --
B. Conceptual demands --
Changing Israel's policy and ideology : the Hashemite viewpoint --
The Palestinian issue --
Jordan's options and its quid pro quo --
The military option --
The perception of a comprehensive peace --
Frameworks for a possible agreement --
Conclusion : the change in King Hussein's political and ideological thinking.
Responsibility: Joseph Nevo.
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Throughout the decade that predated the 1967 war, Jordan's declared views regarding Israel and the Arab-Israeli conflict were not basically different from those of the Arab consensus - namely,  Read more...

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