"Lukacs manages to maintain a scrupulously objective approach to a topic that is a minefield of nationalist and ideological representations. This work should establish him as one of the most reasoned scholarly authorities on the many sided aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict."—Shofar
"Scholars of the Arab-Israeli conflict are likely to find this worthy book a handy reference source, and students will especially appreciate the chronological summary of the peace process. Recommended for general readers, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and professionals."—Choice
"Lukacs makes a strong argument that Israeli-Jordanian relations can be understood on the basis of functionalism, that is, building cooperation on the issues of low politics and steadily reinforcing them over time."—Journal of Palestinian Studies
Yehuda Lukacs is director of George Mason University's Center for Global Education and also teaches Judaic studies at the University of Maryland and international relations at George Mason University and the American University.