US Policy on Palestine from Wilson to Clinton edited by Michael W. Suleiman
This is a comprehensive study of U.S. foreign policy on Palestine and the Palestinians in the twentieth century. The first chapter is a presentation of American perceptions/misperceptions of Palestine and the Palestinians, illustrating the impact of these views on policy and policy makers. This is followed by a survey of American statements and orientations on Palestine from the Balfour Declaration to World War II. Then specific chapters discuss and analyze the policies of various American presidents from Truman to Clinton. A concluding essay provides an overall assessment of America’s Palestine policy.