The Missing Peace

The Inside Story of the Fight for Middle East Peace

Author: Dennis Ross

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux


Category: Political Science

Page: 872

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"The definitive and gripping account of the sometimes exhilarating, often tortured twists and turns in the Middle East peace process, viewed from the front row by one of its major players."--Bill Clinton The Missing Peace, published to great acclaim last year, is the most candid inside account of the Middle East peace process ever written. Dennis Ross, the chief Middle East peace negotiator in the presidential administrations of George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, is that rare figure who is respected by all parties: Democrats and Republicans, Palestinians and Israelis, presidents and people on the street in Jerusalem, Ramallah, and Washington, D.C. Ross recounts the peace process in detail from 1988 to the breakdown of talks in early 2001 that prompted the so-called second Intifada-and takes account of recent developments in a new afterword written for this edition. It's all here: Camp David, Oslo, Geneva, Egypt, and other summits; the assassination of Yitzak Rabin; the rise and fall of Benjamin Netanyahu; the very different characters and strategies of Rabin, Yasir Arafat, and Bill Clinton; and the first steps of the Palestinian Authority. For the first time, the backroom negotiations, the dramatic and often secretive nature of the process, and the reasons for its faltering are on display for all to see. The Missing Peace explains, as no other book has, why Middle East peace remains so elusive.

The Missing Peace

Author: Ezzel Dean

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Religion

Page: 208

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The Missing Peacetakes you to a journey to both the past and the future of the human race lives on earth going through the landmarks from the creating of Adam & Eve to the final day going through the main 3 stops on life on earth, Moses, Jesus & Mohamed.

The Missing Peace

Finding Emotional Balance

Author: Les Carter

Publisher: Moody Publishers


Category: Psychology

Page: 159

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Covenant of Peace

The Missing Peace in New Testament Theology and Ethics

Author: Willard M. Swartley

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 542

View: 545

One would think that peace, a term that occurs as many as one hundred times in the New Testament, would enjoy a prominent place in theology and ethics textbooks. Yet it is surprisingly absent. Willard Swartley's Covenant of Peace remedies this deficiency, restoring to New Testament theology and ethics the peace that many works have missed. In this comprehensive yet accessible book Swartley explicates virtually all of the New Testament, relating peace -- and the associated emphases of love for enemies and reconciliation -- to core theological themes such as salvation, christology, and the reign of God. No other work in English makes such a contribution. Swartley concludes by considering specific practices that lead to peacemaking and their place in our contemporary world. Retrieving a historically neglected element in the Christian message, Covenant of Peace confronts readers anew with the compelling New Testament witness to peace.

The Missing Peace

The Advanced Seeker's Guide to Wholeness

Author: Eileen Watkins Seymour

Publisher: Saffire Press


Category: Neurolinguistic programming

Page: 192

View: 442

The Missing Peace

Solving the Anger Problem for Alcoholics, Addicts and Those Who Love Them

Author: John Lee

Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 110

View: 554

A renowned therapist and worship leader addresses an essential component of recovery, sharing his proven anger release method for those who are in recovery and those who love them. By the author of The Flying Boy. Original. 15,000 first printing.

The Missing Peace

Development of a Parent Training for Bullying Prevention Among Elementary School-aged Children

Author: Claire E. Nick



Category: Bullying

Page: 134

View: 911

The Missing Peace

The Hidden Power of Our Kinship with Animals

Author: Tina Volpe



Category: Nature

Page: 229

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Authors Tina Volpe and Judy Carman bring to the forefront humanity's neglected relationship with animals and present the personal and societal benefits of living peacefully with all beings. Sensitively written and spiritually awakening, The Missing Peace: The Hidden Power of Our Kinship with Animals is based on the idea that ?ahimsa? (non-violence) does not exclude the animal kingdom. The first part of the book is full of true, life-altering stories, guaranteed to prompt us to take a deeper look at our own dietary and lifestyle choices. Part II of the book examines the spiritual, scientific and historical reasons for changing our views towards animals?and ultimately the way we view ourselves on this planet.

The Missing Peace

Author: Darlene Soule

Publisher: 5 Fold Media, LLC


Category: Religion

Page: 70

View: 661

There are people all over your city walking around hollow, simply going through the motions of life with their spouse, job, home, and 2.5 children, yet feeling completely empty inside. Maybe that is your sister, your friend, a neighbor, or maybe it's YOU. You were created for so much more. In this book, the author shares her own personal journey where she came face to face with her Maker and found the courage to no longer settle for an empty existence. Through the loss of her husband to cancer, becoming a widowed mother, depression, a fatal car accident where she was pronounced dead, trauma, and more, she was riddled with emotional pain. While others tried to medicate, counsel, hide, ignore, or disguise her issues, the Lord gently peeled away the layers to expose and heal the root causes. Join the author while she shares her experiences and leads you to the Source of your missing peace.

The Adventures of Jazzi G

Search for the Missing Peace

Author: Gayle Johnston

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 202

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It’s hard being a twelve-year-old girl trapped in the middle of your parent’s divorce, but when your teacher assigns homework over spring break to define peace—Jazzi G is ready to explode. Since her dad left home her life has been anything but peaceful. Angry and depressed, she has no clue what peace is. She needs to ace this assignment or she’s in big trouble. Desperate, she turns to Oxford, a computer nerd and target of every bully on campus. After they create the ‘Kids’ Worldwide Peace Club, the story takes a turn when an accident sends Jazzi spiraling into an altered reality where she and Oxford find themselves traveling the world via an underground CyberCoaster. They unite with kids from different cultural and religious backgrounds, and discover important lessons. But will they unravel that elusive answer to peace before someone notices they’re gone . . .