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Title
King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, 1967-1988
Type
Text
Subject
Jordan--Foreign relations--Israel.
Israel--Foreign relations--Jordan.
Jordan--Politics and government--1952-1999.
Hussein, King of Jordan, 1935-1999.
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
Jordan
Israel
Classification
LCC: DS154.16.I75 N48 2006 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 956.04/6 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2005037863
Table Of Contents
Introduction : the crystallization of Jordan's perception
The historical background
The special relationship between King Abdullah and the Zionist movement
The friendly foe : Hussein and Israel prior to 1967
Adjusting to the new reality : from June 1967 to resolution 242
Political activities and initiatives, 1967-1988
Jordanian territorial and conceptual demands of Israel
A. Territorial demands
Withdrawal from the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip
The question of Jerusalem
Settlements and natural resources
B. Conceptual demands
Changing Israel's policy and ideology : the Hashemite viewpoint
The Palestinian issue
Jordan's options and its quid pro quo
The military option
The perception of a comprehensive peace
Frameworks for a possible agreement
Conclusion : the change in King Hussein's political and ideological thinking.
Authorized Access Point
Nevo, Joseph. King Hussein and the evolution of Jordan's perception of a political settlement with Israel, 1967-1988