From Boycott to Economic Cooperation: The Political Economy of the Arab Boycott of Israel
Dr. Gil Feiler
This is the first comprehensive and updated study of the Arab economic boycott of Israel to be published since it started to disintegrate in the aftermath of the Madrid Conference of 1991. The book explores the development of the boycott, its theory, practice and legality from the American, Arab, European and Israeli perspectives. The book is based on Arab archival material and recent documents, as well as on interviews with a wide range of personalities who were involved with the various aspects of the boycott over the years.
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Frank Cass (1998)