This book analyzes the principal landmarks in the evolution of a unified European stance toward the Middle East conflict, placing events in the context of the contemporary political and economic circumstances. It offers a theoretical scheme for the study of European political cooperation. .
Table of Contents
1. The Historical, Conceptual and Comparative Framework 2. European Political Cooperation and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: 1970–1982 3. The European Community and the War in Lebanon (June 1982–June 1983) 4. European Foreign Policy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: An Evaluation