2 edition of This side of peace found in the catalog.
This side of peace
1995 by Simon & Schuster .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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In "This Side of Peace," Ashrawi offers a deeply personal account of her experience a leader in this movement, but she never dwells exclusively on personal issues, taking great pains to explain the larger political context.
The book would make a great case study of international relations, transnational activism, or even modern political by: This Side of Peace is an wonderfully candid account of one woman's role in the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
While she clearly admires the Palestine Liberation Organization leadership, particularly Yasser Arafat, she doesn't hold any punches This side of peace book, explicitly explaining where she thought her leadership were misguided or weak.4/5. In "This Side of Peace," Ashrawi offers a deeply personal account of her experience a leader in this movement, but she never dwells exclusively on personal issues, taking great pains to explain the larger political context.
The book would make a great case study of international relations, transnational activism, or even modern political leadership/5(15). Find out more about This Side of Peace by Hanan Ashrawi at Simon & Schuster.
Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & ed on: J Though committed to peace, Ashrawi is intransigent on still unresolved problems, among them the Arab claim to Jerusalem.
A revealing document of a partisan who has helped make Middle East history. More riveting, however, are her insider's descriptions of the processes that have led to the current peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
Her revelations of behind-the-scenes debates and political maneuvers are a must-read for anyone interested in Middle East politics. But this book must also be read for what it reveals between the lines.
Hanan Ashrawi is the author of This Side of Peace ( avg rating, 93 ratings, 12 reviews, published ), La Mia Lotta Per La Pace ( avg rating, 1 /5. This Side of Peace: A Personal Account. This Side of Peace: A Personal Account. By Hanan Ashrawi. pp, Simon & Schuster, Purchase.
The early rounds of Arab-Israeli peacemaking were followed by a flood of memoirs and studies, mostly from the Israeli and American angles. For many Americans, Hanan Ashrawi, as spokesperson for the Palestinian delegation, became the Palestinian.
This story is told in his book, The Discovery of the Essene Gospel of Peace, published in The English version of This side of peace book One appcared inand ever since, the little volume has traveled over the world, appearing in many different languages, gaining every year more and more readers, until now, still with no commercial advertisement, over.
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Most of the transactions read like my very favorite joke from The Joys of Yiddish. Ashrawi talked about her memoir, This Side of Peace: A Personal Account, published by Simon and Schuster.
The book talks about her life growing up as a Christian Arab woman in a Muslim. This side of peace: a personal account. [Ḥanān ʻAshrāwī] -- As the spokesperson for the Palestinians in Occupied Territories, Hanan Mikhail-Ashrawi has become the most recognized and most articulate voice of their struggle.
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