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The Plo And Israel

Author : Avraham Sela
ISBN : 0312129068
Genre : History
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With daily changes in the headlines, it has become more important than ever to understand the history of the problems between Israelis and Palestinians. This unusual attempt to bridge a gap over national historical narratives presents an Israeli-Palestinian dialogue about a common past and offers hope for a keeper understanding in the future.

Dynamics Of The Arab Israeli Conflict

Author : Michael Brecher
ISBN : 9783319475752
Genre : Political Science
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This book comprises findings from the author's wide-ranging research since 1948 on the unresolved Arab/Israel protracted conflict. Brecher reflects back on his detailed analysis of the UN Commission created in November 1947, and his near-seven decades of research and publications on this complex protracted conflict continued since the first of nine Arab/Israeli wars. The book includes an analysis of the crucial early phase of the unresolved struggle for control of Jerusalem in 1948-49 and beyond, based on extensive interviews with Israel’s leaders and prominent Egyptian senior officials, journalists and academics. It addresses the many diverse attempts at conflict resolution, including a peace plan to resolve the Arab/Israel conflict of the author's own design. It concludes with historical reflections about Israel’s behavior, domestically and externally, in 1948-1949 and 2008 and beyond. No other book on this protracted conflict contains so many important interviews with the first two generations of Israeli leaders and Egyptian officials and academics, and no other author can speak from such a deep and prolonged engagement.

The World Of Protracted Conflicts

Author : Michael Brecher
ISBN : 9781498531887
Genre : Political Science
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The World of Protracted Conflicts analyzes interstate protracted conflict, a widespread phenomenon in the global system and regional subsystems during the past near-century. It describes the content of a protracted conflict, explains the cause-effect linkages in this multi-dimensional phenomenon, and explores models to forecast protracted conflict./span

Paths To State Repression

Author : Christian Davenport
ISBN : 9781461640592
Genre : Political Science
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In the last ten years, there has been a resurgence of interest in repression and violence within states. Paths to State Repression improves our understanding of why states use political repression, highlighting its relationship to dissent and mass protest. The authors draw upon a wide variety of political-economic contexts, methodological approaches, and geographic locales, including Cuba, Nicaragua, Peru, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Israel, Eastern Europe, and Africa.

Ddr Und Plo

Author : Lutz Maeke
ISBN : 9783110548150
Genre : History
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Die SED suggerierte über Jahrzehnte hinweg, sie sei ein enges Bündnis mit der Palästinensischen Befreiungsorganisation unter Führung Jassir Arafats eingegangen, das auf gemeinsamen Werten und geteilten politischen Überzeugungen beruhte. Ost-Berlin war demnach ein einflussreicher Partner der PLO, der uneingeschränkt für die legitimen Rechte der Palästinenser und ihren eigenen Staat an der Seite Israels eintrat. Aber was bedeutete dies konkret? Wie substanziell war die PLO- und Palästinapolitik der DDR? Inwiefern griff Ost-Berlin in die Machtkämpfe um den Vorsitz der PLO ein? Von welchen Faktoren wurde die Haltung des SED-Regimes gegenüber Jassir Arafat bestimmt? Wie verhielt sich Honecker, als Syrien - einer der wichtigsten Verbündeten der DDR - immer wieder gegen die Palästinenser im Libanon Krieg führte? Wie beurteilte die SED die Westpolitik der PLO und Arafats Kampf um die politische Anerkennung der Bonner Regierung? Welches Konzept stand hinter Arafats doppelter Deutschlandpolitik? Diesen Fragen geht Lutz Maeke in seiner quellengesättigten Studie nach.

State Of Failure

Author : Jonathan Schanzer
ISBN : 9781137365644
Genre : Political Science
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The biggest obstacle to Palestinian statehood may not be Israel In September 2011, president Mahmoud Abbas stood before the United Nations General Assembly and dramatically announced his intention to achieve recognition of Palestinian statehood. The United States roundly opposed the move then, but two years later, Washington revived dreams for Palestinian statehood through bilateral diplomacy with Israel. But are the Palestinians prepared for the next step? In State of Failure, Middle East expert Jonathan Schanzer argues that the reasons behind Palestine's inertia are far more complex than we realize. Despite broad international support, Palestinian independence is stalling because of internal mismanagement, not necessarily because of Israeli intransigence. Drawing on exclusive sources, the author shows how the PLO under Yasser Arafat was ill prepared for the task of statebuilding. Arafat's successor, Mahmoud Abbas, used President George W. Bush's support to catapult himself into the presidency. But the aging leader, now four years past the end of his elected term, has not only failed to implement much needed reforms but huge sums of international aid continue to be squandered, and the Palestinian people stand to lose everything as a result. Supporters of Palestine and Israel alike will find Schanzer's narrative compelling at this critical juncture in Middle Eastern politics.

Gewaltspirale Ohne Ende

Author : Dietrich Thränhardt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029767170
Genre : Arab countries
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Reframing And Resolving Conflict

Author : Karin Aggestam
ISBN : 9179665896
Genre : Arab-Israeli conflict
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Fatah And The Politics Of Violence

Author : Anat N. Kurz
ISBN : UOM:39015063269305
Genre : History
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The institutionalisation of Fatah mirrors the evolution of the PLO and the Palestinian national cause generally. Understanding the factors that have influenced Fatah's politics of violence, and its political path -- and the balance between the two -- help to explain the political history of the Middle East in recent decades. Fatah's institutionalisation is marked by alternating bases of the organisation's legitimacy: organisational, communal, and external. Transformations from one phase to another are distinguished by the shifts in relative importance assigned to the different sources of legitimacy, which in turn dictated different courses of action for the organisation.

Israel S Foreign Policy Towards The Plo

Author : Amnon Aran
ISBN : STANFORD:36105133009378
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This detailed examination of Israeli foreign policy towards the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) between the 1967 war and the 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip focuses on the impact and process of globalisation on the Israeli state's politics, economy, society and culture. In order to determine how interfacing developed between foreign policy and globalisation a theoretical framework is presented that brings together two established approaches that hitherto have advanced in parallel: foreign policy analysis and globalisation theory. This is the first attempt within the discipline of International Relations to theorise the relationships between foreign policy and globalisation. Causal relationships underpinning Israeli foreign policy -- involving government, the state, the economy, social stratification, and the media -- are linked to globalisation by specific example. Conventional accounts of this relationship strip military and political factors of any significance in terms of the conceptualisation of globalisation and its causes, in favour of spatio-temporal and economic dimensions. The state is viewed as being compelled to transform in response to the pressures of globalisation. But in the case of Israel the state acted proactively by using foreign policy towards the PLO as a key site of action to capture the opportunities and cope with the challenges presented by globalisation. To date there have been only partial historical accounts of Israeli foreign policy towards the PLO in the context of globalisation. It is generally understood that foreign policy towards the PLO became entangled with globalisation due to the socio-economic and cultural globalisation of Israel in the mid-1980s, but this study shows that the increasing impact of military and political globalisation during the Cold War on the Arab-Israeli conflict resulted in Israeli foreign policy towards the PLO, and globalisation effects in Israel, becoming entwined from the early 1970s.

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