The Nixon Administration and the Middle East peace process, 1969-1973 : from the Rogers Plan to the outbreak of the Yom Kippur War / Boaz Vanetik, Zaki Shalom ; translated from Hebrew by Guy Solomon.
Part 1. The twilight of the Nasser Regime: 1967-1970 The Middle East arena following the Six Day War The Johnson Administration's attempts to promote a settlement between Israel and Egypt in 1968 The "two-power talks" (US-USSR): March-September 1969 The First Rogers Plan, October-December 1969 The Rogers initiative for a ceasefire in the Suez Canal, June 1970, part 1 The Rogers initiative for a ceasefire in the Suez Canal, June 1970, part 2 The crisis in Jordan (September 1970) and its implications Part 2. "The stalemate policy": 1971-1972 Sadat replaces Nasser, Cairo and Washington begin moving closer Attempts to arrange an interim agreement in the Suez Canal: February 1971 Ongoing efforts to reach an interim Israeli-Egyptian agreement The unofficial death of the Rogers Plan Part 3. The run up to the Yom Kippur War: Autumn 1972-October 1973 Reinforcing the status quo in the region Complacency in the shadow of continued diplomatic stalemate Summary and conclusions.
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