Proposed Outline of Working Paper re: Princeton Meeting on Conflict Settlement - Transition from Belligerency to a Just and Lasting Peace - Measures to Change the Climate of Opinion in the Middle East, submitted by Gidon Gottlieb, 1969

Proposed Outline of Working Paper re: Princeton Meeting on Conflict Settlement - Transition from Belligerency to a Just and Lasting Peace - Measures to Change the Climate of Opinion in the Middle East, submitted by Gidon Gottlieb, 1969

written by Gidon Gottlieb, 1932-2015, in General Records of the Department of State, 1763 - 2002 (RG59). Records Relating to Israel and Arab - Israel Affairs, 1951 - 1976 (A1 5632), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (1969), Box 21, SUBJECT FILES: POLITICAL & DEFENSE: POL - Political Affairs & Relations: POL 27 - Peaceful Settlement, 1969 , 3 page(s)

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Field of Interest
World History
Author
Gidon Gottlieb, 1932-2015
Content Type
Government/institutional document
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
3
Series Number
Box 21, SUBJECT FILES: POLITICAL & DEFENSE: POL - Political Affairs & Relations: POL 27 - Peaceful Settlement, 1969
Subject
World History, Global Issues, History, Social Sciences, War and Violence, Violence and Repression, Territorial Disputes, Migration and Diaspora, Border Disputes, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria Borders, Peace, Hatred, Negotiation in government, Treaties, Diplomacy, Politics & Policy, Guerra y Violencia, Guerra e Violência, Las Disputas Territoriales, Disputas Territoriais, Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora, Israel-Palestina, Israel-Palestine, Arabs, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Guerra y Violencia, Guerra e Violência, Las Disputas Territoriales, Disputas Territoriais, Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora, Israel-Palestina

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