by Jeremy Pressman
This essay in the Israel Studies Forum (Vol. 25 Iss. 1) focuses on three broad issues crucial to a successful Arab-Israeli negotiated outcome including strong leadership, excellent timing, and proper management of the US-Israeli relationship. The essay reviews three recent books by former US policymakers: Martin Indyk’s Innocent Abroad, Daniel Kurtzer and Scott Lasensky’s Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace, and Aaron David Miller’s The Much Too Promised Land.