Although much has been written about the Arab-Israeli conflict
and about general theories of negotiation, this analysis and
history is unique in linking major issues and peace plans to
negotiation theory and strategy. Feste studies the basic structures
of conflict and negotiation, offering no suggestions for radical
solution but arguing for changes in approach that may bring about
steps forward. This overview of all major peace efforts since 1947
and of negotiating strategies is intended for undergraduate and
graduate courses in conflict resolution, Middle Eastern politics,
and international relations; and for the use of political
scientists, sociologists, students, and teachers concerned with
The text analyzes the framework of the Arab-Israeli conflict,
how it has built up, and how it has been maintained. The structure
of the negotiation process is then viewed in the same way. Key
elements in the Arab-Israeli conflict are considered historically
and related directly to the process of negotiation and to theories
about positional and principled bargaining and tactics needed in a
pre-negotiation period and during negotiation to produce more
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