Evaluating Bargaining Performance: The Case of Camp David
Shibley Telhami analyzes how the form of government and the personal styles of leaders affected the bargaining performance of Israel, Egypt, and the United States in the Camp David negotiations. He then shows the relevance of these findings for the Arab-Israeli negotiations in the Madrid process.
Arab Public Opinion and the Gulf War, Shibley Telhami
Man of Defiance: A Political Biography of Anwar Sadat, Raphael Israeli Reviewed by Shibley Telhami
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