In an effort to resolve a facet of the Arab-Israel predicament, this book analyzes the concept of an international conference as referred to by the major parties involved in the dispute. It focuses on Lausanne Peace Conference and Geneva Peace Conference on the Middle East.
1. A Theoretical Framework: Presentation and Implementation 2. In Pursuit of the 'Geneva Option': A Juxtaposition, 1985–1988 and Beyond 3. Conclusions and Postscript