1 September 2008

These papers examines the question as to why the Oslo process between Israel and the Palestinians failed to generate conflict resolution from the perspective of two major theoretical

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1 September 2008

These papers examines the question as to why the Oslo process between Israel and the Palestinians failed to generate conflict resolution from the perspective of two major theoretical

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1 April 2008

This article analyzes Israel's unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip in 2005. It argues that ideological change within the right-wing Likud Party generated support for partition of the

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1 August 2007

British policy has oscillated between a ‘Diplomatic’ and a ‘Strategic’ orientation. The Diplomatic orientation regards the Arab–Israeli conflict as the most important element in Middle East

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1 April 2007

This article analyses the role of cultural shift, as defined by Inglehart, in the major change in Israeli foreign policy embodied in the Oslo Accords. Aside from providing an empirical

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1 April 2005

This article analyzes the relationship between religion and Israeli approaches to the conflict with the Palestinians. It seeks to explain why religion has become closely correlated with

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17 February 2004

Israel's security barrier is under construction and it is likely to be finished, so arguments about whether it should be built at all are pretty much academic. Far more important now is the

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16 September 2003

In order to garner the necessary legitimacy to enact a future final status peace agreement with Syria or the Palestinians, Israeli politicians from the Left and the Right have endorsed the

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1 August 2001

Israeli policy towards the peace process is usually portrayed as a clear-cut choice between right and left, hawk and dove, Likud and Labour. In contrast, this paper argues that there are

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