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

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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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Elie Podeh is Lecturer in the Department of Islam and Middle Eastern Studies, at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Research Fellow at The Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace.

Dr Asher Kaufman teaches at the Department of Islam and Middle East Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is a Fellow at the Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace.

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