Obstruction or Facilitation?: US and Arab Foreign Policy in the Israeli-Palestine Conflict Tim Pfefferle Author
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Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Near East, Near Orient, grade: 73, Queen Mary University of London (Department of Politics and International Relations), language: English, abstract: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is hugely influenced by the respective foreign policies of their main allies, the United States as a supporter of Israel and the surrounding Arab states on the Palestinian side. While some outside intervention may be necessary, it can also lead to an entrenchment of the parties. Therefore, this essay will investigate whether US and Arab policies were beneficial or detrimental to the efforts to arrive at a peace agreement in terms of the major contested issues; land and borders, Jerusalem, recognition and refugees.


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