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by Wolf Blitzer

Author: Wolf Blitzer
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (November 14, 1985)
Pages: 271 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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Written before Wolf Blitzer joined CNN, this detailed study of US-Israeli relations provides a solid introduction to the foundations and limits of this military alliance.

Written before Wolf Blitzer joined CNN, this detailed study of US-Israeli relations provides a solid introduction to the foundations and limits of this military alliance.

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BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND JERUSALEM A Reporter's Notebook. Despite its title, Wolf Blitzer's book, ''Between Washington and Jerusalem,'' is primarily about the Washington side of these maneuvers. 259 pp. New York: Oxford University Press. Mr. Blitzer, the Washington bureau chief of The Jerusalem Post, provides a series of close and well-informed reports on recent episodes in the American-Israeli relationship from his vantage point as a chronicler of the subtle concerns that move Israelis and Americans in their dealings with one another.

In 1985, Blitzer published his first book, Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook (Oxford University Press, 1985). The text outlined his personal development as a reporter, and the relations between the United States and Israel. Blitzer was the first journalist to interview Pollard, and he later wrote a book about the Pollard Affair titled Territory of Lies

Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook. The author is the well-known Washington correspondent of The Jerusalem Post

Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook. Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook. The author is the well-known Washington correspondent of The Jerusalem Post. Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook

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Blitzer earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a master of arts degree in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, .

Wolf Isaac Blitzer is an American TV news anchor, journalist, and author, currently working as the lead political anchor on CNN . Some of the books written by Blitzer are ‘Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter’s Notebook’ and ‘Territory of Lies.

Wolf Isaac Blitzer is an American TV news anchor, journalist, and author, currently working as the lead political anchor on CNN and as the host of the daytime program ‘Wolf’ and of ‘The Situation Room. Wolf has made many appearances on other media, like in Celebrity Jeopardy!; in the 2009-documentary titled ‘Back Door Channels: The Price of Peace’; and in the James Bond movie ‘Skyfall. Wolf Blitzer – Net Worth and Salary.

Many journalists have mastered the Washington political scene, while others have gained entree to the highest echelons of Israeli politics. Wolf Blitzer is one of the few to have done both. An American fluent in Hebrew, Blitzer has interviewed and gained the respect of nearly all the major policy-makers in Israel and the United States over the past dozen years. The late Anwar Sadat credited Blitzer with first giving him the idea of making his historic trip to Jerusalem. The U.S.-Israeli relationship is like no other and this book helps explain why. Most importantly, it outlines the limits of the relationship, explaining why neither country can afford an all-out confrontation. There is special emphasis on the way decisions are made in Washington--the role of the foreign policy bureaucracy, Congress, the press, the Jewish community, the Arabs and their supporters, and the official Israeli presence. In addition, chapters cover the special U.S.-Israeli cooperation in military, strategic, and intelligence matters. The book is filled with fascinating vignettes of people: the career diplomat responsible for the explosive (in 1975 terms) Saunders document which said, "In many ways, the Palestinian dimension of the Arab-Israeli conflict is the heart of that conflict."...the American industrialist who became involved in some spectacular diplomatic back-channel efforts to save Soviet Jews...the German-Jewish refugee secretary of state who came to play such a decisive role in American-Israeli affairs...the three deeply religious leaders, Begin, Sadat, and Carter, "who progressed from an agreement to pray together to an agreement to make peace once and for all." From his unique vantage point, Blitzer considers the potential for either sharp strains or even closer collaboration in the future.