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ELON, AMOS - A Blood-dimmed Tide: Dispatches from the Middle East

New York, Columbia University Press, 1997. orig.cloth. 24x15cm, 332 pp. Minor rubbing. VG. ¶ This work charts the trajectory of politics in the modern Middle East, and the progress of relations between Jews and Arabs - and among the Israelis themselves - since the 1960s. It chronicles key events and figures from the period, beginning with the Six-Day War of 1967 and concluding with the defeat of the Peres Labour Government by Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party. It includes reflections on the Intifada; the Gulf War, and its aftermath for the region; an account of the "Peace Now!" movement; an essay on the first flight from Israel to Egypt after the signing of the 1979 peace treaty; and a critical examination of the political and religious climate that led to the assassination of Itsak Rabin" - Publisher's description.
USD 59.00 [Appr.: EURO 53.25 | £UK 45.5 | JP¥ 6498] Book number BOOKS019245I

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