The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A very short introduction

The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A very short introduction
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Published Date: August 2013
ISBN-13: 978-0199603930

Martin Bunton clearly explains the history of the conflict - a modern territorial contest between two nations and one geographical territory. As well as the historical complexity of the conflict throughout successive decades, Bunton also looks at why the restoration of peace have been so difficult.


Reviewed by: Ben White

This book is part of a large series covering a wide range of topics, but it is the first in the Oxford University Press' "Very Short Introduction" collection to address the question of Palestine-Israel. Responsibility for the task was given to Professor Martin Bunton, an academic based at the University of Victoria, Canada. Bunton divides the...


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