This vital question is explored in a collection of essays by Israel's leading political analysts. Demonstrating a variety of opinions and options, these renowned scholars cover a range of issues, including the Palestinian media, inter-Arab relations, and the consequences of the Oslo peace process. This volume includes two sections: the first section comprises analyses of the dangers of a Palestinian state, and the second section presents alternatives to achieve a viable solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A selection of essays by Israel's most renowned authorities on the crisis, this important book is both timely and thought-provoking, providing an in-depth analysis of Middle Eastern affairs in a broad historical, cultural and political contex.
History, Middle-East, Israel-Palestine,