Search
Filters

Candace Karp

For the past eight years, Candace Karp has worked in numerous capacities in Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Afghanistan, focusing on political affairs, and reconstruction and development in state building frameworks. Dr. Karp holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Queensland, Australia, an Honors degree in History from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and a B.A. from the University of Queensland.

View as Grid List
Sort by
Display per page

US Diplomatic Failures and the Arab-Israeli Conflict 1947-1967

With reference to final borders, Palestinian refugees and the status of Jerusalem
Series: Conflict and Trade 4
ISBN: 978-1-59333-273-0
The United States’ standing in the Middle East eroded as a result of its policy towards the Arab-Israeli conflict from 1947 to 1967, with Eisenhower’s “immediate deterrence” proving the lone exception. This period was especially critical as it introduced dynamics into the Middle Eastern balance of power that have proved particularly difficult to address. While the responsibility for seeking an end to conflict ultimately lies with the belligerents, the United States bears a heavy historical responsibility for the course of events and must now constitute the driving force behind a peaceful resolution of the dispute.
$115.56