The Middle East: Imperatives and Choices – 1975

This book provides a penetrating, objective, and logical presentation of the major psychological and territorial trends of the post-war Middle East, describing the major issues dividing the two sides and the forces impelling the Arabs and Israelis to compromise. It prescribes a possible solution to the differences in the areas where accommodation is possible. The orderly exposition makes a highly complex situation much clearer; in addition, both sides’ tactics and judgments are discussed with objective fairness, making this book appeal to a broad audience.