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The Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Relations

Theory, History, and Cases

by Ben Soetendorp

  • 251 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • Israel - History,
  • Palestine - History,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Israel,
  • Palestine,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science / International Relations,
  • Middle East - General,
  • Middle East - Israel

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8400700M
    ISBN 101403971730
    ISBN 109781403971739

    This book creates a dialogue among Palestinian and Israeli authors, who examine opposing versions of the historical narratives in the context of contemporary Israeli-Palestinian relations. In hard-hitting essays the contributors debate the two justifying and rationalizing constructions, laying bare the conflict’s roots and the distorted.   My personal favorite is Neil Caplan's The Israel-Palestine Conflict: Contested Histories. He breaks the narrative down into a number of core issues and analyzes them in an impressively balanced manner. He also discusses analogies and counterfactua.

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      In the light of all these developments, it appears to be puzzling that, initiated by the Palestinian side, Israel and the PLO are rather intensively playing the (de)legitimization game, thereby eclipsing the “real” issues of occupation. For instance, since the US Administration officially declared at the end of that it would no longer put any pressure on Israel to .   Here, the director’s personal history becomes a prism through which to explore Israeli-Palestinian relations and family dynamics. Facebook Twitter Pinterest PS .


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This book looks at Israeli-Palestinian relations through three different conceptual lenses: the individual decision-maker, domestic politics, and the international system.

It examines key choices made by Israelis and Palestinians regarding three central issues: the UN Partition Plan, the Lebanon invasion inand the Oslo Agreements. Get this from a library. Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian relations: theory, history, and cases. [R B Soetendorp] -- This book analyzes the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through three alternative lenses.

Drawing on different international relations and foreign policy perspectives, it examines two central issues in. Israel–Palestine relations refers to the political, security, economical and other relations between the State of Israel and the State of Palestine (as well as with the preceding Palestinian National Authority and earlier Palestinian Liberation Organization).Israel and the PLO began to engage in The Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Relations book late s and early s in what became to be the Israeli–Palestinian peace process.

In addition to the settlements and the control of Jerusalem, the status of Palestinian refugees is another crucial issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. There are more than four million Palestinian refugees–a number that includes those who left their homes during the war and their descendants–who live in the West Bank and Gaza.

The Jewish Book Council's Bob Goldfarb wrote that the book "brings unparalleled clarity to the dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian relations, and is an essential guide to the history, personalities, and ideas behind the conflict." Writings.

The only language they understand: forcing compromise in Israel and Palestine. New York, NY: Metropolitan Title: Senior Analyst at the International Crisis Group. A panel discussion was held on the geo-political dynamics of Israel and Palestine.

Nadia Hijab spoke on progress in the peace process, what the next U.S. "A groundbreaking analysis of the dynamics of Jewish-Arab relations."―Roger Owen, author of The Middle East in the World Economy, "Very rarely does a scholar set out to do, or accomplish as much, as has Gershon Shafir in this splendid book about the origins of the Yishuv."―Ian Lustick, President of the Israel Studies AssociationCited by: (shelved 1 time as israeli-palestinian-conflict) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving.

This book provides an excellent historic insight on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It explores the numerous attempts for and against peaceful land negotiations between the two traumatised peoples with an honest, unbiased and comprehensive goal of curing ignorance and establishing a clearer understanding of both sides of the argument.4/5.

A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is a must for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses on the Middle East."" -- Emile Sahliyeh ""This timely study is the most comprehensive history to date of the century-old struggle between Zionists (and, later, Israelis) and Palestinians for historic Palestine.5/5(1).

This book creates a dialogue among Palestinian and Israeli authors, who examine opposing versions of the historical narratives in the context of contemporary Israeli-Palestinian relations. In hard-hitting essays the contributors debate the two justifying and rationalizing constructions, laying bare the conflict's roots and the distorted prisms Cited by:   "A groundbreaking analysis of the dynamics of Jewish-Arab relations."—Roger Owen, author of The Middle East in the World Economy, "Very rarely does a scholar set out to do, or accomplish as much, as has Gershon Shafir in this splendid book about the origins of the Yishuv."—Ian Lustick, President of the Israel Studies Association.

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: What Everyone Needs to Know® offers an even-handed and judicious guide to the world's most intractable dispute. Writing in an engaging, jargon-free Q&A format, Dov Waxman provides clear and concise answers to common questions, from the most basic to the most contentious.

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Special | 32m 23s. The ongoing Israeli attacks have not only jeopardised the former US President George Bush-led Israeli-Palestinian Peace Accord of November but have also created serious concern among the security and military intelligence throughout the region.

The conflict has caused heavy casualties on both sides. Even though Palestine is not an official state, the U.S. and Palestine have a long history of rocky diplomatic relations.

With Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas set to appeal for the creation of a Palestinian state at the United Nations on Septem —and the U.S. set to veto the measure—that foreign policy history is again in the spotlight. Palestinian and Israeli Public Opinion is based on a unique project: the Joint Israeli-Palestinian Poll (JIPP).

SinceJacob Shamir and Khalil Shikaki have directed joint surveys among Israelis and Palestinians, providing a rare opportunity to examine public opinion on two sides of an intractable : Jacob Shamir. Book Description: Mark Tessler's highly praised, comprehensive, and balanced history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the earliest times to the present-updated through the first years of the 21st century-provides a constructive framework for understanding recent developments and assessing the prospects for future peace.

The new book A Land Full of God gives American Christians an opportunity to promote peace and justice in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Professor of history and middle eastern studies, Judith Rood, wrote a chapter in A Land Full of God, which released in May The book includes brief, digestible, and comprehensive essays about the historical, political, religious, and.

Martin Wight () was one of the most original and enigmatic international thinkers of the twentieth century. This new study, drawing upon Wright’s published writings and unpublished papers, examines his work on international relations in the light of his wider thought, his religious beliefs, and his understanding of history.The best books on The Israel-Palestine Conflict recommended by Robin Yassin-Kassab.

The author and political blogger chooses five books on the Israel-Palestine conflict and compares the Palestinians to the Jews in diaspora: as the land disappears .— Jewish Book World “This work is a must-read for scholars of Israeli-Palestinian relations and the peace process With important empirical, theoretical, and policy contributions, Shamir and Shikaki's collaboration should apeal to a variety of audiences.

” — Jewish Studies Review.