Table of contents for The missing peace : the inside story of the fight for Middle East peace / Dennis Ross.

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Dramatis Personal
Prologue: The End				
Chapter 1: Understanding Why Israelis, Arabs, and Palestinians See the World the Way They Do 
Chapter 2: The Road to Madrid: First They Must Be Able to Talk 
Chapter 3:Rabin, Presidential Transition, the Syrian Pocket and Oslo 
Chapter 4: From Oslo to the Palestinian Authority 
Chapter 5: The Evolution of the Syrian Talks
Chapter 6: King Hussein Fulfills His Grandfather's Legacy 
Chapter 7:The Interim Agreement 
Chapter 8: The Rabin Assassination 
Chapter 9: Was Asad Up to It? 
Chapter 10: Could the Peace Process Be Saved? 
Chapter 11: Bibi Wins, Will Peace Lose? 
Chapter 12: The Endless Hebron Shuttle 
Chapter 13: One Last Push to Settle Hebron 
Chapter 14:From Breakthrough to Stalemate 
Chapter 15: The 13% Solution 
Chapter 16: Prelude to Wye 
Chapter 17: The Wye Summit
Chapter 18: Bibi Surrenders to the Right and Loses the Israeli Public 
Chapter 19: Initially No Contact with PM-elect Barak, but Great Expectations 
Chapter 20:Syria's My Priority 
Chapter 21: Asad's Surprise 
Chapter 22:The Rise and Fall of the Israeli-Syrian Deal
Chapter 23: From Stalemate to Camp David 
Chapter 24: The Camp David Summit 
Chapter 25: The Denouement - From Camp David to the Intifada to the Clinton Ideas
Chapter 26: Learning the Lessons of the Past and Applying Them to the Future
Epilogue: TK

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Arab-Israeli conflict 1993- Peace, Israel Politics and government 1993-Palestinian Arabs Politics and government, Ross, Dennis, Middle East Foreign relations United States, United States Foreign relations Middle East