The Missing Peace

This work of history in the making is essential reading for anyone interested in why we are where we are in the Middle East.

The Missing Peace is the ultimate insider's account of the roller-coaster ride of the Middle East peace process from 1988 to the breakdown of talks in 2001.

Dennis Ross, the chief U.S. negotiator for Presidents Bush Sr. and Clinton, presents a detailed account of the approach that led to such breakthroughs as the handshake on the White House lawn.

Ross's critical eye paints a vivid picture of the characters of the peace process including Rabin, Netanyahu, Barak and Arafat as well as the causes of failure at Camp David.

This work of history in the making is essential reading for anyone interested in why we are where we are in the Middle East.

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