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*FrontMatter, pg. i*Introduction, pg. vii*Acknowledgments, pg. xi*Contents, pg. xiii*Maps, pg. xxviii*A. The Sinai Accords, pg. 2*BETA. Conflict in Lebanon, pg. 21*C. U. S. Legislative Response to the Arab Boycott, pg. 31*D. The Early Carter Efforts within the Geneva Framework, pg. 53*EPSILON. The Sadat-Begin Rapprochement, pg. 75*F. Conflict in Lebanon and the Israeli Incursion of 1978, pg. 101*G. Israeli Security and Palestinian Autonomy, pg. 117*I. Nuclear Proliferation and Associated Issues, pg. 243*J. Terrorism and Response, pg. 271*A. The Camp David Accords, pg. 287*B. The Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty, pg. 345*C. Implementation of the Peace Treaty, pg. 395*A. Conflict in Lebanon, pg. 481*123. Security Council Resolution
438 Renewing the U.N. Emergency Force Mandate, October 23,
139. Israeli Supreme Court Judgment with Regard to the Elon Moreh Settlement in the Occupied West Bank, HCJ 390/79, October 22, 1979, pg. 535*140. Excerpts from the Resolutions of the World Conference on Palestine, Lisbon, November 2-6,
162. Declarations on the Middle East, Euro-Arab Dialogue, arid Lebanon Issued by the Leaders of the European Community at the Venice Summit, June 12-13, 1980, pg. 672*163. Position of the Government of Israel on the Declaration on the Middle East Issued by the Leaders of the European Community at the Venice Summit, June 12-13,
180. General Assembly Resolution 35/122 on the Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories, December 11, 1980, pg. 764*181. General Assembly Resolution 35/169 on the Question of Palestine, December 15,
201. General Assembly Resolution ES-7/4 on the Question of Palestine, April 28, 1982, pg. 869*C. Natural Resources in the Occupied Territories, pg. 955*D. The Threat of Nuclear Instability and the Israeli Air Strike on Iraq's Osirak Reactor, pg. 965*EPSILON. Continuing Terrorism and Response, pg. 1029*F. U.S.-Israel Relations, pg. 1053.
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