Arab-Jewish Relations: From Conflict to Resolution? : Essays in Honour of Moshe Maʻoz

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Elie Podeh, Asher Kaufman, Moshe Maʻoz
Sussex Academic Press, 2005 - Social Science - 386 pages
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Part I: The Arab–Jewish Conflict: Historical Aspects includes contributions from Amnon Cohen on “Nineteenth-Century Jerusalem”; Haim Gerber, “Early Zionist Perceptions of the Palestinians”; Kenneth Stein, “Arab–Jewish Conflict over Land during the Mandate Period”; Hillel Cohen, “Palestinian Propagandists in the Service of the Jewish Agency, 1930–31”; Salim Tamari, “Love and Despair in Brooklyn – A Biography of Khalil al-Sakakini”; Neil Caplan, “The Legacy of Moshe Sharett for Arab–Jewish Relations”; David Lesch, “From the Icebox to the Frontburner: The Post-1950s Blues and the 1967 Arab–Israeli War.” Part II: Israel and the Arab-States includes contributions from Avraham Sela on “State, Society and Political Culture in Palestine: The Emergence of a Regional Conflict System in the Interwar Years”; Eyal Zisser, “Syrian–Israeli Relations, 1948–2003: From War to Peace-making”; Amatzia Baram, “Israeli–Iraqi Relations”; Oren Barak, “The Israeli–Palestinian Conflict in Perspective: Lessons from the Lebanese Case?”; Gad Gilbar and Onn Winckler, “The Economic Factor of the Arab–Israeli Peace Process: Causes and Achievements”; Asher Kaufman, “Israeli and Lebanese National Historiographies.” Part III: The Peace Process: Dynamics and Missed Opportunities? includes contributions from Ilan Pappe on “The Process that Never Was: Missed Opportunities in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict, 1948–2000”; Joseph Ginat, “The ‘Hudna’: Origins of the Concept”; Itamar Rabinovich, “Sadeq al-‘Azm on Peace with Israel: An Episode in Context”; Naomi Chazan, “Negotiating the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict: The Role of Academe”; Ifat Maoz, “Moving between Conflict and Coexistence: Planned Encounters between Jews and Arabs in Israel”; Robert Rothstein, “The Legacy of the Oslo Peace Process: Can We Learn from Failure.”

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