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The Road to Camp David

U.S. Negotiating Strategy towards the Arab-Israeli Conflict

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Thomas R. Parker

The Road to Camp David analyzes the diplomacy of the Arab-Israeli conflict from the standpoint of negotiation theory. It compares the ambitious strategies of the early Nixon and Carter Administrations with the more modest step-by-step approaches most often associated with Henry Kissinger. The lessons learned from these different strategies are applicable not just to international diplomacy, but to all negotiations.
Contents: This book is based on a dissertation that won the 1985 Kornblith Award at the City University of New York.