Anwar Sadat: Uncompleted Peace with Israel Research Paper by The Research Group

Anwar Sadat: Uncompleted Peace with Israel
Examines the work that still needs to be done to complete the peacemaking efforts of Egypt's Sadat.
# 69833 | 3,910 words | 11 sources | APA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in History (Leaders) , History (Middle Eastern) , International Relations (General)

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This paper discusses the peacemaking efforts of Anwar Sadat of Egypt. It looks at the conditions that allowed him to pursue peace efforts, and why a full Arab-Israeli peace has not resulted. It also examines the worsening conditions between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

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"At the time of Nasser's death Anwar Sadat was Vice President of Egypt and under the constitution he succeeded to the presidency. As Vice President he had been a mere functionary and he was not expected to be more than an interim president until a ..."

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