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By Stephen P. Cohen

For greater than 30 years, Stephen P. Cohen served as a personal envoy among Israeli and Arab leaders, taking part in a novel position of their makes an attempt to make peace with the enemy. the main traditionally major of Cohen’s efforts are acknowledged for the 1st time in those pages. The Go-Between starts with Cohen’s involvement with the Egyptian and Israeli management within the mid-1970s, and the position that he performed ahead of and after the signing of the Camp David peace treaty. Following Anwar Sadat’s advent of Cohen to the PLO, his tale maintains with the earliest efforts at direct touch among Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat. In those pages, Cohen recounts conferences he geared up within the spring of 1986, the first-ever direct talks among representatives of the Israeli and Palestinian leaders. additionally retold are conferences he prepared in 1988, the 1st sizeable negotiations performed among the Israeli and Palestinian management. the tale ends greater than a decade in a while the Syrian entrance. mentioned right here for the 1st time are near-miss ultimate peace talks among depended on lieutenants of Ehud Barak and Hafez al-Assad, simply weeks ahead of the Syrian leader’s death.

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