Obstacle to Peace Is ‘Gripping’ and ‘Breaks New Ground’ on Palestine Conflict

by Oct 19, 2016Foreign Policy0 comments

Michael Hess in the first of a multi-part review of Obstacle to Peace describes it as a "very readable" and "gripping" analysis of the Palestine conflict.

Michael Hess has written the first of a multi-part review of my book Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. He says I’ve “done a great service” in writing this “very readable” and “informative” book. It “brings a fresh no-nonsense perspective to the conflict” and “breaks new ground”.

Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict“One of the most striking things about this book”, Hess writes, “is that it puts you in the moment, and it is gripping enough at times to make you want to get to the next page … and see how it turns out.”

Click here to read the first installation of Hess’s multi-part review.

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