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US Policy Towards Jerusalem and the Occupied Arab Territories 1948 and 1967
by Candace Karp

CONTENTS

Forward

Part One:
Truman, the Arab-Israeli Conflict and Jerusalem

  • Introduction
  • The Partition Plan and Internationalisation
  • The War of Independence and Jerusalem
  • The Bernadotte Initiative
  • The American Position
  • Internationalisation Revisited
  • An American Presence
  • After Internationalisation: Jerusalem's Division
  • Functional Internationalisation: Focus on the Holy Places
  • Final Attempts
  • Appendices
  • Chronology
  • Maps:
    • Jerusalem and the Corpus Separatum proposed in 1947
    • Partitioned Jerusalem, 1948-1967
  • Who's Who (List of Names)
  • Bibliography

Part Two:
Johnson, the Arab-Israeli Conflict and Borders

  • Introduction
  • United States Policy Prior to 1967
  • Prior to War
  • The June War and the American Position
  • During the Aftermath: Debate Continues
  • The Positions of the Arab States and Israel
  • A Strategy Agreed Upon: The Johnson Principles
  • The Glassboro Summit: Johnson and Kosygin Confer
  • Prelude to Annexation
  • Washington Backpedals and Retreats
  • The Stalemate Commences
  • Appendices
  • Chronology
  • Maps:
    • The Rhodes Armistice Line, 1949
    • The Middle East after the 1967 June War
  • List of Names
  • Bibliography

 



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