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U.S. Middle East Peace Policy and America's Role in the Middle East Peace Process, 1989-1993


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As early as May 1989, Secretary of State James Baker maintained that Israel should abandon its expansionist policies, a remark some took as a signal that the pro-Israel Reagan years were over. After the 1991 Gulf War, President George H. W. Bush believed a window of opportunity existed to use the political capital generated by the U.S. victory to revitalize the Arab-Israeli peace process.

With its wealth of White House-based primary sources, U.S. Middle East Peace Policy and America's Role in the Middle East Peace Process, 1989-1993 supports research in Middle East and global studies, political science, international relations, diplomacy and more. Researchers can read letters sent by Jewish, Muslim and Christian groups expressing concerns or support for the Bush policies; replies offered by the White House defend the administration's policy.

White House Staff and Office Files and White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) files contribute to this collection of correspondence, memoranda, coversheets, notes, distribution lists, newspaper articles, informational papers, published articles, and reports from the public, the Congress, Bush administration officials, and other various federal agencies.

WHORM Alphabetical Files include correspondence to and from Karen Anderson, Rickey Cherner, Khaled M Diab, Ahmad Fares, Ramsey Hakim, Shalom E. Lamm, Eleanor Mann, Robert Rosamund and several more individuals. WHORM Subject Files cover business and economics, foreign affairs, human rights, legislation, public relations, trade and many more relevant topics for research.

Research or dissertation topics supported by this collection include:

- The Madrid Conference vs. Camp David

- Dollar Diplomacy in the Middle East

- Arab-Israeli conflict and the Persian Gulf War

- Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Interest groups and the Bush Administration's Middle East policy

- American relations in the Middle East post-Gulf War

- Bush administration's policies in relation to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

- Gaza, West Bank, and the "Occupied Territories"

- Integration of U.S. humanitarian and political policies in the Middle East

- Date Range: 1989-1993

- Content: 93,234 pages

- Source Library: George H.W. Bush Library

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