The Path to Peace: Arab-Israeli Peace and the United States - Report of a Study Mission to the Middle East (A Seven Springs Report)

By: Joseph N. Greene Jr., Philip M. Klutznick, Harold H. Saunders, Merle Thorpe Jr.

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No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . . . . . . Preliminary talks with the PLO by the United States to determine if it was ready to negotiate peace with Israel was recommended by the Seven Springs Center of Mount Kisco, N.Y., a private study group. THE GROUP’S report followed a four-member mission to the Middle East, which included Philip Klutznick, former president of the World Jewish Congress and B’nai B’rith who served in the Carter Cabinet as Secretary of Commerce. Others on the junket, which visited four Middle East capitals, were Joseph N. Greene, Jr., president of the Center; Harold H. Saunders, asst. Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs in the Carter Administration and long regarded as the top Mid. East expert in government; and Merle Thorpe, Jr., president of the Foundation for Middle East Peace, a Washington organization dedicated to bringing Arabs and Jews together in search of settlement. Referring to a 1975 promise by the United States to Israel that it would not recognize or negotiate with the PLO until it accepted Israel’s right to exist.

Title: The Path to Peace: Arab-Israeli Peace and the United States - Report of a Study Mission to the Middle East (A Seven Springs Report)

Author Name: Joseph N. Greene Jr., Philip M. Klutznick, Harold H. Saunders, Merle Thorpe Jr.

Categories: Middle Eastern,

Publisher: Seven Springs Center: October 1981

ISBN Number: B005HKEV7Q

Size: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Seller ID: 77698