First Published in 1995. In the wake of the breakthroughs in the bilateral negotiations between Israel and, respectively, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Jordan, for the first time the interaction between Arabs and Israelis has the potential to be dominated by cooperation rather than conflict. This volume grew out of an international conference held at the University of California, Los Angeles in June 1993.
Table of Contents
1 Introduction PART I The Goals of Arms Control And Regional Security 2 The Middle East Peace Process, Arms Control, and Regional Security 3 Arms Control and Confidence-Building in the Middle East-Policy Recommendations in Three Phases 4 Arab-Israeli Arms Control and Confidence-Building Measures 5 Innovative Proposals for Arms Control in the Middle East PART II Factors Affecting Arms Control and Regional Security 6 An Arms Control Regime for an Arab-Israeli Settlement 7 Conflicting Approaches to Arms Control in the Middle East: Finding a Common Ground PART III Implementation and Verification 8 Modalities for Verifying a Middle East Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone 9 The Role of Technology in Regional Security PART IV The Politics and Institutionalization of Regional Security10 The Multilateral Middle East Peace Talks: Reorganizing for Regional Security 11 Modalities and Sequences in the Multilateral Arms Control Talks in the Middle East
David J Pervin (Author) , Steven L Spiegel (University of California, Los Angeles, USA) (Author)