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The Arab-Israeli Peace Process: Lessons for India and Pakistan

Moonis Ahmar (Editor)
Synopsis With the peace talks between India and Pakistan seemingly at a dead end, this book seeks to open a new way of dealing with the Indo-Pak conflict. The contributors to this volume argue for the adoption of the Arab-Israeli peace process as a model to be followed. They point to the similarities and differences between the contours of the conflicts in the middle East and in South Asia. While there are clear structural differences between the two areas of conflict, the less complicated nature of the South Asian differences suggests that this region is in an excellent position to successfully embark on the road to resolution. This book is a systematic and comprehensive study of a very topical subject—a subject of considerable urgency. The Arab-Israeli Peace Process is a collection of presentations in which the authors contend that South Asia can learn important lessons from the processes being undertaken in the Middle East. It also discusses various other dimensions of a peace process, such as military and economic factors, political considerations, the role of the media and third party mediation.
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About the author

Moonis Ahmar

Moonis Ahmar is Professor, Department of International Relations, University of Karachi, Pakistan and Director, Programme on Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution. He specializes in Conflict Resolution and Confidence-Building Measures in the regions of Central Asia, Middle East and South Asia. He is the author of two books, and five monographs he has edited the books entitled, contemporary Central Asia (Department of International Relations and Hanns Seidel Foundation, 1995), Internal and External Dynamics of South Asia Security (Karachi: Fazleesons, 1998), The CTBT Controversy In South Asia (Karachi: Department of International Relations, 2000), The Challenge of Conflict Resolution, 2001), Arab-Israeli Peace Process: Lessons for South Asia (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2001), Paradigms of Conflict Resolution in South Asia (Dhaka: University Press Limited, 2003), The World After September 11: Challenges and Opportunities (Karachi: Program on Peace Studies and conflict Resolution, 2003). He has published his writing in, Asian Survey (Berkeley), BIISS Journal (Dhaka), Contemporary South Asia (Oxford), Central Asia (Peshawar), Eurasian Studies (Ankara), Journal of European Studies (Karachi) Pakistan Journal of American Studies (Islamabad), National Development and Security (Islamabad), Pakistan Perspectives (Karachi) Pakistan Journal of American Studies (Islamabad), Peace Initiatives (Mumbai), Regional Studies (Islamabad), South Asian Studies (Lahore), Strategic Studies (Islamabad) and World Affairs (New Delhi). Presently he is working on a Database on Terrorism and Violent Conflicts in South Asia. He was also the Project Director of Ford Foundation/International Relations Department Research Project, "Peace by Process: Lessons for India and Pakistan from the Middle East," and has also received grants from the United States Institute of Peace, Washington DC and Ploughshares Fund, San Francisco, Higher Education commission (HEC), Islamabad and Faculty of Arts, University of Karachi. Dr. Ahmar has organized several International and National Workshops and Seminars.

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Title The Arab-Israeli Peace Process: Lessons for India and Pakistan
Author Moonis Ahmar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 019579530X
length xx+343p.