Toward a "Sound and Lasting Basis": Relations between the Holy See, The Zionist Movement, and Israel, 1896-1996

@article{Perko1997TowardA,
  title={Toward a "Sound and Lasting Basis": Relations between the Holy See, The Zionist Movement, and Israel, 1896-1996},
  author={F. Perko},
  journal={Israel Studies},
  year={1997},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-21}
}
  • F. Perko
  • Published 1997
  • Sociology
  • Israel Studies
  • IN THE ANNALS OF MODERN diplomatic history, arguably no two nonbelligerent states have had relations more tortuous and labyrinthine in complexity than Israel and the Vatican. Beginning even before the actual foundation of the State of Israel, and continuing through the Fundamental Agreement of1993, relations between the two have fluctuated as a result of both geopolitical and theological shifts. This relationship has been the topic of multiple historical studies.' For the most part, however… CONTINUE READING
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