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U.S.-PLO dialogue : secret diplomacy and conflict resolution

Author: Muḥammad Rabīʻ
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©1995.
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In December 1988 the United States announced its decision to start a dialogue with the Palestine Liberation Organization. A year and a half later, it suspended the dialogue. In the months between, two men with no government ties, Mohamed Rabie and William Quandt, were catalysts in the short-lived talks. This memoir explains in detail their efforts to persuade both the United States and the PLO to focus on "shared"  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Rabīʻ, Muḥammad, 1940-
U.S.-PLO dialogue.
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c1995
(DLC) 94005294
(OCoLC)30816269
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Muḥammad Rabīʻ
ISBN: 0813020182 9780813020181
OCLC Number: 44958120
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 203 p.)
Responsibility: Mohamed Rabie ; foreword by Harold H. Saunders.

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In December 1988 the United States announced its decision to start a dialogue with the Palestine Liberation Organization. A year and a half later, it suspended the dialogue. In the months between, two men with no government ties, Mohamed Rabie and William Quandt, were catalysts in the short-lived talks. This memoir explains in detail their efforts to persuade both the United States and the PLO to focus on "shared" objectives, the difficulties encountered by all sides, and the disappointment they experienced as the talks were suspended. Rabie also discusses the developments that led to the U.S.-PLO dialogue and the activities that made it a reality, offering insights into the decision-making process within the PLO as well as an analysis of prominent PLO personalities.

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