This book represents an attempt to understand the repercussions of the Palestinian uprising and its implications for the future of Palestinian-Israeli and Arab-Israeli conflict. The intifada has had a profound effect on the course and dynamics of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. .
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Palestinian Uprising Part One: Israel and Palestine: Implications of the Intifada 1. The Palestinian Movement in Transition: Historical Reversals and the Uprising 2. Israel and the Palestinians: Human Rights in the Occupied Territories 3. The Impact of the Intifada on Israeli Political Thinking 4. Palestinians in Israel: Responses to the Uprising Part Two: Regional Repercussions of the Uprising 5. The PLO in Regional Politics 6. Jordan 7. Egypt 8. Syria Part Three: The Superpowers 9. Soviet Union 10. United States