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Isaac Alteras. Eisenhower and Israel: U.S.-Israeli Relations, 1953-1960. University Press of Florida. 1993. 403pp.

Uri Davis. Apartheid Israel: Possibilities for the Struggle Within. Zed Books. 2003. 242pp.

George Gilder. The Israel Test. Richard Vigilante Books. 2009. 296pp.

Frederic C. Hof. Galilee Divided: The Israel-Lebanon Frontier, 1916-1984. Westview Press. 1985. 134pp.

Efraim Karsh. Fabricating Israeli History: The "New Historians". Taylor & Francis. 2000. 236pp.

Aharon Kellerman. Society and Settlement: Jewish Land of Israel in the Twentieth Century. SUNY Press. 1993. 321pp.

Amikam Nachmani. Israel, Turkey and Greece: Uneasy Relations in the East Mediterranean. Routledge. 1987. 144pp.

Jonathan Nitzan; Shimshon Bichler. The Global Political Economy of Israel: From War Profits to Peace Dividends. Pluto Press. 2002. 407pp.

Robert G. Rabil. Embattled Neighbors: Syria, Israel, and Lebanon. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 2003. 307pp.

Itamar Rabinovich. The Brink of Peace: The Israeli-Syrian Negotiations. Princeton University Press. 1999. 304pp.

Nissim Rejwan. Israel in Search of Identity: Reading the Formative Years. University Press of Florida. 1999. 188pp.

Donna Rosenthal. The Israelis: Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Land. Simon and Schuster. 2005. 480pp.

Ori Stendel. The Arabs in Israel. Sussex Academic Press. 1996. 296pp.

Yael Yishai. Between the Flag and the Banner: Women in Israeli Politics. SUNY Press. 1997. 292pp.

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