Salam al-Mafqud السلام المفقودBy: Ross, Dennis / Translation: Sami Ka'ki and Umar Ayyubi
Hardcover with Dustcover
Translated to Arabic, 'The Missing Peace: The Inside Story of the Fight for Middle East Peace' by Ambassador Dennis Ross. "The definitive and gripping account of the sometimes exhilarating, often tortured twists and turns in the Middle East peace process, viewed from the front row by one of its major players."--Bill Clinton
al-Salām al-mafqūd : khafāyā al-ṣirāʻ ḥawl salām al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ
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|By: Ross, Dennis / Translation: Sami Ka'ki and Umar Ayyubi|
Format: Hardcover with Dustcover | 982 pp
Publisher: Dar al-Kitab al-Arabi, Beirut, 2005 Arabic Edition
Size: 17.5 x 24.5 cm
ISBN: 9953273588 / 9789953273587
Topic: Political History - Palestine-Israeli Peace Process 20th Century
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"The definitive and gripping account of the sometimes exhilarating, often tortured twists and turns in the Middle East peace process, viewed from the front row by one of its major players."--Bill Clinton
The Missing Peace, published to great acclaim in 2005, is the most candid inside account of the Middle East peace process ever written. Dennis Ross, the chief Middle East peace negotiator in the presidential administrations of George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, is that rare figure who is respected by all parties: Democrats and Republicans, Palestinians and Israelis, presidents and people on the street in Jerusalem, Ramallah, and Washington, D.C.
Ross recounts the peace process in detail from 1988 to the breakdown of talks in early 2001 that prompted the so-called second Intifada--and takes account of recent developments in a new afterword written for this edition. It's all here: Camp David, Oslo, Geneva, Egypt, and other summits; the assassination of Yitzak Rabin; the rise and fall of Benjamin Netanyahu; the very different characters and strategies of Rabin, Yasir Arafat, and Bill Clinton; and the first steps of the Palestinian Authority. For the first time, the backroom negotiations, the dramatic and often secretive nature of the process, and the reasons for its faltering are on display for all to see. The Missing Peace explains, as no other book has, why Middle East peace remains so elusive.