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The Long ArmisticeUn Peacekeeping And The Arabisraeli Conflict 19481960

About The . Pelcovits argues that the wounds of the formative years have affected the dynamic of the peace process to this day. He examines the reasons behind the UN assumption of a quasi-custodial role in the dispute and how it is that Israel and the Arab states have come to hold diametrically opposed views of the value of engaging the UN as intermediary with the UN-Israel relationship cooling into one of mutual suspicion and mistrust

Most relevant to the current peace process Pelcovits explains why UN action shifted early in the game from an ambitious effort at peaceful settlement to keeping the peace of a long armistice.

Pelcovits argues that the wounds of the formative years have affected the dynamic of the peace process to this day.

He examines the reasons behind the UN assumption of a quasi-custodial role in the dispute and how it is that Israel and the Arab states have come to hold diametrically opposed views of the value of engaging the UN as intermediary with the UN-Israel relationship cooling into one of mutual suspicion and mistrust.

Drawing on previously untapped documents interviews with key actors and his own experiences in the Department of State Nathan Pelcovits takes a fresh look at the impact of UN intervention as peacekeeper and peacemaker on the Arab-Israeli conflict during the formative years between 1948 and 1960.

The UN has been accorded a marginal role in the negotiations—ceremonial and passive—and UN peacekeepers are not likely to be enlisted as guarantors of the settlement.

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Most relevant to the current peace process Pelcovits explains why UN action shifted early in the game from an ambitious effort at peaceful settlement to keeping the peace of a long armistice.

He examines the reasons behind the UN assumption of a quasi-custodial role in the dispute and how it is that Israel and the Arab states have come to hold diametrically opposed views of the value of engaging the UN as intermediary with the UN-Israel relationship cooling into one of mutual suspicion and mistrust.

Drawing on previously untapped documents interviews with key actors and his own experiences in the Department of State Nathan Pelcovits takes a fresh look at the impact of UN intervention as peacekeeper and peacemaker on the Arab-Israeli conflict during the formative years between 1948 and 1960.

The UN has been accorded a marginal role in the negotiations—ceremonial and passive—and UN peacekeepers are not likely to be enlisted as guarantors of the settlement.

Pelcovits argues that the wounds of the formative years have affected the dynamic of the peace process to this day.

Drawing on previously untapped documents interviews with key actors and his own experiences in the Department of State Nathan Pelcovits takes a fresh look at the impact of UN intervention as peacekeeper and peacemaker on the Arab-Israeli conflict during the formative years between 1948 and 1960. He examines the reasons behind the UN assumption of a quasi-custodial role in the dispute and how it is that Israel and the Arab states have come to hold diametrically opposed views of the value of engaging the UN as intermediary with the UN-Israel relationship cooling into one of mutual suspicion and mistrust. Most relevant to the current peace process Pelcovits explains why UN action shifted early in the game from an ambitious effort at peaceful settlement to keeping the peace of a long armistice. Pelcovits argues that the wounds of the formative years have affected the dynamic of the peace process to this day. The UN has been accorded a marginal role in the negotiations—ceremonial and passive—and UN peacekeepers are not likely to be enlisted as guarantors of the settlement.

The Long ArmisticeUn Peacekeeping And The Arabisraeli Conflict 19481960

Drawing on previously untapped documents interviews with key actors and his own experiences in the Department of State Nathan Pelcovits takes a fresh look at the impact of UN intervention as peacekeeper and peacemaker on the Arab-Israeli conflict during the formative years between 1948 and 1960. He examines the reasons behind the UN assumption of a quasi-custodial role in the dispute and how it is that Israel and the Arab states have come to hold diametrically opposed views of the value of engaging the UN as intermediary with the UN-Israel relationship cooling into one of mutual suspicion and mistrust. Most relevant to the current peace process Pelcovits explains why UN action shifted early in the game from an ambitious effort at peaceful settlement to keeping the peace of a long armistice. Pelcovits argues that the wounds of the formative years have affected the dynamic of the peace process to this day. The UN has been accorded a marginal role in the negotiations—ceremonial and passive—and UN peacekeepers are not likely to be enlisted as guarantors of the settlement.

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