Arab-Israeli Conflict (Major Writings in Middle Eastern Studies)

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The ArabߝIsraeli conflict remains one of the longest-running disputes in modern world politics and the search for a lasting peace remains as elusive as ever. The series of wars and disputes starting in 1948 after the arrival of Zionist settlers in Palestine and the creation of the new state of Israel have primarily been about territory, but a number of other issues have exacerbated and prolonged the conflict. Externally, these include superpower rivalry and interventions in the region by Western industrial powers to secure access to the Middle East’s huge oil reserves. Internally, issues such as religious animosities, militarized polities, and the traumas of rapid modernization and development, have all contributed to regional instability.
Attempts at resolving the conflict have included a number of agreements between Palestinians and Israelis, on the one hand, and between Israel and her neighbouring states (Egypt and Jordan), on the other. Although the Oslo Accords of 1993 between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization established a framework for the partial decolonization of territories occupied in 1967, many thorny issues remain unresolved.
Understanding the evolution and unfolding of the ArabߝIsraeli conflict provides crucial insights into the nature of the local, national, and international politics of the region, and offers vital indications of possible future developments. Moreover, the world crisis following the events of 11 September 2001 underscores the growing need to comprehend and resolve this conflict.
The study of the conflict has generated a huge body of literature, some of it factual and evidence-based, some more polemical and provocative. In all cases there is a wide and divergent range of views. An important tool in understanding the conflict and the emotions it generates is to become familiar with such different perspectives and interpretations, and this new four-volume collection from Routledge provides an overview of both the principal topics and the various approaches to the conflict.
With a full index, together with a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context, The ArabߝIsraeli Conflict is an essential work of reference. It is destined to be valued by scholars, students, and researchers of Middle East Studies, Politics, and International Relations as a vital research resource.
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ISBN-13: 9780415440387
ISBN-10: 0415440386
Pagini: 1869
Dimensiuni: 173 x 241 x 124 mm
Greutate: 3.36 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Routledge
Seria Major Writings in Middle Eastern Studies


Volume I: 1917ߝ67
Part 1: Precursor to Partition
1. W. F. Abboushi, ‘The Road to Rebellion: Arab Palestine in the 1930s’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 6, 3, 1977, 23ߝ46.
2. J. M. N. Jeffries, ‘The Balfour Declaration’, in Ian S. Lustick (ed.), ArabߝIsraeli Relations: Historical Background and Origins of the Conflict, Vol. I (Garland, 1994), pp. 215ߝ29.
3. W. T. Mallisson Jr, ‘The ZionistߝIsrael Juridical Claims to Constitute "The Jewish People" Nationality Entity and to Confer Membership in it: Appraisal in Public International Law’, George Washington Law Review, 32, 5, 1964, 983ߝ1075.
4. Oded Kaplan and Jacob Metzer, ‘Jointly But Severally: Arab Jewish Dualism and Economic Growth in Mandatory Palestine’, The Journal of Economic History, 45, 2, 1985, 327ߝ45.
5. John Reudy, ‘Dynamics of Land Alienation’, in Ibrahim Abu-Lughod (ed.), The Transformation of Palestine, 2nd edn. (Northwestern University Press, 1987), pp. 119ߝ39.
6. Abraham Granott, ‘The Strategy of Land Acquisition’, in Walid Khalid (ed.), From Haven to Conquest: Readings in Zionism and the Palestine Problem until 1948 (Institute for Palestine Studies, 1971), pp. 389ߝ98.
7. Yehoshua Porath, ‘The Political Organization of the Palestinian Arabs Under the British Mandate’, in Moshe Ma’oz (ed.), Palestinian Arab Politics (Jerusalem Academic Press, 1975), pp. 1ߝ20.
8. Michael Adams, ‘What Went Wrong in Palestine?’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 18, 1, 1988, 71ߝ82.
Part 2: Conflicting Narratives on the Origins of the Conflict
9. Benny Morris, ‘Response to Finkelstein and Masalha’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 21, 1, 1991, 98ߝ114.
10. Norman Finkelstein, ‘Rejoinder to Benny Morris’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 21, 2, 1995, 61ߝ71.
11. Shabtai Teveth, ‘The Palestine Arab Refugee Problem and its Origins’, Middle Eastern Studies, 26, 2, 1990, 214ߝ19.
12. Edward Said, ‘Spurious Scholarship and the Palestinian Question’, Race & Class, 29, 3, 1988, 23ߝ39.
13. Ilan Pappe, ‘Post-Zionist Critique on Israel and the Palestinians Part I: The Academic Debate’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 26, 2, 1997, 29ߝ41.
14. M. Golani, ‘The "Haifa Turning Point": The British Administration and the Civil War in Palestine, December 1947ߝMay 1948’, Middle Eastern Studies, 37, 2, 2001, 93ߝ130.
Part 3: Transformation of Palestine
15. J. Abu-Lughod, ‘The Demographic Transformation of Palestine’, in Ibrahim Abu-Lughod (ed.), The Transformation of Palestine, 2nd edn. (Northwestern University Press, 1987), pp. 139ߝ63.
16. Sabri Jiryis, ‘The Legal Structure for the Expropriation and Absorption of Arab Lands in Israel’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 2, 4, 1973, 82ߝ104.
17. Avi Shlaim, ‘The Rise and Fall of the All-Palestine Government in Gaza’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 20, 1, 1990, 37ߝ53.
18. Arnon Soffer, ‘Demography and the Shaping of Israel’s Borders’, Contemporary Jewry, 10, 2, 1989, 91ߝ105.
Part 4: Resistance
19. Hisham Sharabi, ‘Palestine Guerrillas: Their Credibility and Effectiveness’, Supplementary Papers from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University Washington DC (Garland Publishing, 1970), pp. 19ߝ53.
20. Michael Hudson, ‘The Palestinian Arab Resistance Movement: Its Significance in Middle East Crisis’, Middle East Journal, 23, 3, 1969, 291ߝ307.
21. Michael B. Oren, ‘Escalation to Suez: The EgyptߝIsrael Border War, 1949ߝ56’, Journal of Contemporary History, 24, 2, 1989, 347ߝ73.
Volume II: 1967ߝ91
Part 5: Impact of the Occupation
22. Meir Shamgar, ‘The Observance of International Law in the Administered Territories’, Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, 1, 1971, 263ߝ90.
23. Yoram Peri, ‘From Political Nationalism to Ethno-Nationalism: The Case of Israel’, in Yehuda Lukacs and Abdalla M. Battah (eds.), The ArabߝIsraeli Conflict: Two Decades of Change (Westview Press, 1988), pp. 41ߝ53.
24. Ibrahim Dakkak, ‘Back To Square One: A Study in the Re-Emergence of the Palestinian Identity in the West Bank 1967-1980’, in Alexander Schölch (ed.), Palestinians Over the Green Line (Ithaca Press, 1983), pp. 64ߝ101.
25. Salim Tamari, ‘Revolt of the Petite Bourgeoisie: Urban Merchants and the Palestinian Uprising’, in Michael C. Hudson (ed.), The Palestinians: New Directions (Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University, 1990), pp. 24ߝ43.26. George T. Abed, ‘The Economic Viability of a Palestinian State’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 19, 2, 1990, 3ߝ28.
27. Ian Lustick, ‘Israel and the West Bank after Elon Moreh: The Mechanics of De Facto Annexation’, Middle East Journal, 35, 4, 1981, 557ߝ77.
28. Sara Roy, ‘The Gaza-Strip: A Case of Economic De-Development’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 17, 1, 1987, 56ߝ88.
29. R. Shehadeh, ‘Occupier’s Law and the Uprising’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 17, 3, 1988, 24ߝ37.
Part 6: Transformation of Israel
30. Efraim Inbar, ‘Israeli National Security, 1973ߝ96’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 555, 1998, 62ߝ81.
31. Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Patterns of Militarism in Israel’, Archives Europeennes De Sociologie, 34, 2, 1993, 196ߝ223.
32. Sammy Smooha, ‘Minority Status in an Ethnic Democracy: The Status of the Arab Minority in Israel’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 13, 3, 1990, 389ߝ413.
33. Ehud Sprinzak, ‘The Emergence of the Israeli Radical Right’, Comparative Politics, 21, 2, 1989, 171ߝ92.
34. Dan Avni-Segre, ‘Israel: A Society in Transition’, World Politics, 21, 3, 1969, 345ߝ65.
Part 7: Strategic and Regional Developments (1967ߝ91)
35. Michael Hudson, ‘The Palestinian Factor in Lebanese Civil War’, Middle East Journal, 32, 3, 1978, 261ߝ78.
36. Rashid Khalidi, ‘The Palestinian Dilemma: PLO Policy after Lebanon’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 15, 1, 1985, 88ߝ103.
37. Aaron David Miller, ‘The ArabߝIsraeli Conflict, 1967ߝ1987: A Retrospective’, Middle East Journal, 41, 3, 1987, 349ߝ60.
38. Muhammad Muslih, ‘The Golan: Israel, Syria and Strategic Calculations’, Middle East Journal, 47, 4, 1993, 611ߝ32.
39. Itamar Rabinovich, ‘Israel, Syria, and Lebanon’, International Journal, 45, 3, 1990, 529ߝ52.
Volume III
Part 8: Zionism
40. Herbert Kelman, ‘Israel in Transition from Zionism to Post-Zionism’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 555, 1998, 46ߝ61.
41. Baruch Kimmerling, ‘Change and Continuity in Zionist Territorial Orientations and Politics’, Comparative Politics, 14, 2, 1982, 191ߝ210.
42. Ella Shohat, ‘Sephardim in Israel: Zionism from the Standpoint of Its Jewish Victims’, Social Text, 19/20, 1988, 1ߝ35.
Part 9: Arabism and Palestinian Nationalism
43. Nur Masalha, ‘Faisal Pan-Arabism, 1921ߝ33’, Middle Eastern Studies, 27, 4, 1991, 679ߝ93.
44. Rashid Khalidi, ‘Arab Nationalism: Historical Problems in the Literature’, American Historical Review, 96, 5, 1991, 1363ߝ73.
45. Helga Baumgarten, ‘The Three Faces/Phases of Palestinian Nationalism, 1948ߝ2005’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 34, 4, 2005, 25ߝ48.
Part 10: State Building, Civil Society, and Gender
46. Peter Gubser, ‘The Impact of NGOs on State and Non-State Relations in the Middle East’, Middle East Policy, 9, 1, 2002, 139ߝ48.
47. Yossi Shain and Gary Sussman, ‘From Occupation to State-building: Palestinian Political Society Meets Palestinian Civil Society’, Government Opposition, 33, 3, 1998, 275ߝ306.
48. Roberta Micallef, ‘Israeli and Palestinian Women's Peace Movements’, in Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and Mary Evelyn Hocking (eds.), The Struggle for Peace: Israelis and Palestinians (University of Texas Press, 1992), pp. 237ߝ44.
49. Penny Johnson and Eileen Kuttab, ‘Where Have All the Women (and Men) Gone? Reflections on Gender and the Second Palestinian Intifada’, Feminist Review, 69, 1, 2001, 21ߝ43.
Part 11: Refugees
50. Rex Brynen, ‘Perspectives on Palestinian Repatriation’, in Michael Dumper (ed.), Palestinian Refugee Repatriation: Global Perspectives (Routledge, 2006), pp. 63ߝ86.
51. Elia Zureik, ‘Palestinian Refugees and Peace’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 24, 1, 1994, 5ߝ17.
52. Shlomo Gazit, ‘Solving the Refugee Problem: An Israeli Point of View’, The Palestinian Refugees: Old Problems—New Solutions (Sussex Academic Press, 2001), pp. 233ߝ41.
53. Eyal Benvenisti and Eyal Zamir, ‘Private Claims to Property Rights in the Future IsraeliߝPalestinian Settlement’, The American Journal of International Law, 89, 2, 1995, 295ߝ340.
Part 12: Jerusalem
54. Terry Rempel, ‘The Significance of Israel’s Partial Annexation of East Jerusalem’, Middle East Journal, 51, 4, 1977, 520ߝ34.
55. Mick Dumper, ‘Israeli Settlement in the Old City of Jerusalem’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 21, 4, 1992, 32ߝ53.
56. Ian Lustick, ‘Reinventing Jerusalem’, Foreign Policy, 93, 1993, 41ߝ59.
57. Ruth Lapidoth, ‘Jerusalem: Some Legal Aspects’, in Marshall J. Breger and Ora Ahimeir (eds.), Jerusalem: A City and its Future (Syracuse University Press, 2002), pp. 61ߝ90.
Volume IV: 1991ߝ2007
Part 13: Strategic Dimensions
58. Atif A. Kubursi, ‘Prospects for Regional Economic Integration After Oslo’, in Michael C. Hudson (ed.), Middle East Dilemma: The Politics and Economics of Arab Integration (Columbia University Press, 1999), pp. 299ߝ319.
59. Leonard Binder, ‘Strategic Reciprocity: The PLO and Israel’, in Avraham Sela and Moshe Ma’oz (eds.), The PLO and Israel: From Armed Conflict to Political Solution, 1964ߝ1994 (St Martin’s Press, 1997), pp. 273ߝ300.
60. Keith Krause, ‘State-Making and Region-Building: The Interplay of Domestic and Regional Security in the Middle East’, Journal of Strategic Studies, 26, 3, 2003, 99ߝ124.
Part 14: Foreign Policies
61. Robert O. Freedman, ‘IsraeliߝRussian Relations Since the Collapse of the Soviet Union’, Middle East Journal, 49, 2, 1995, 233ߝ47.
62. Roland Dannreuther, ‘The Middle East: Towards a Substantive European Role in the Peace Process?’, European Union Foreign and Security Policy: Towards a Neighbourhood Strategy (Routledge, 2004), pp. 151ߝ69.
63. Ali Dessouki and Karen Aboul Kheir, ‘The Politics of Vulnerability and Survival: The Foreign Policy of Jordan’, in Bahgat Korany and Ali E. Hillal Dessouki (eds.), Foreign Policies of Arab States: The Challenge of Change (Westview Press, 1991), pp. 216ߝ35.
64. Donald Neff, ‘Settlements in U.S. Policy’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 23, 3, 1994, 53ߝ69.
65. Rosemary Hollis, ‘The IsraeliߝPalestinian Road Block: Can Europeans Make a Difference?’, International Affairs, 80, 2, 2004, 191ߝ201.
66. Menachem Klein, ‘The Islamic Holy Places as a Political Bargaining Card (1993ߝ1995)’, The Catholic University of America Law Review, 45, 3, 1996, 745ߝ63.
67. John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, ‘The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy’, Middle East Policy, 13, 3, 2006, 29ߝ87.
Part 15: The Peace Process: Impact and Failure
68. Camille Mansour, ‘The PalestinianߝIsraeli Peace Negotiations: An Overview and Assessment’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 22, 3, 1993, 5ߝ31.
69. Robert Malley and Hussein Agha, ‘Camp David: The Tragedy of Errors’, New York Review of Books, 48, 13, 2001.
70. Jeremy Pressman, ‘Visions in Collision: What Happened at Camp David and Taba?’, International Security, 28, 2, 2003, 5ߝ43.
71. Ron Pundak, ‘From Oslo to Taba: What Went Wrong?’, in Robert L Rothstein, Moshe Ma’oz, and Khali¯l Shiqa¯qi¯, The IsraeliߝPalestinian Peace Process: Oslo and the Lessons of Failure: Perspectives, Predicaments and Prospects (Sussex Academic Press, 2002), pp. 88ߝ113.
72. Sara Roy, ‘The Crisis Within: The Struggle for Palestinian Society’, Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies, 17, 2002, 5ߝ30.
73. Graham Usher, ‘The Democratic Resistance: Hamas, Fatah, and the Palestinian Elections’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 35, 3, 2006, 20ߝ36.
74. Karma Nabulsi, ‘The State-Building Project: What Went Wrong?’, in Michael Keating, Anne Le More, and Robert Lowe (eds.), Aid, Diplomacy and Facts on the Ground: The Case of Palestine (Chatham House, 2005), pp. 117ߝ28.
75. Michael Lynk, ‘Down By Law: The High Court of Israel, International Law, and the Separation Wall’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 35, 1, 2005, 6ߝ24.
76. Tamar Hermann, ‘The Bi-National Idea in Israel/Palestine: Past and Present’, Nations and Nationalism, 11, 3, 2005, 381ߝ401.
77. Nadim N. Rouhana, ‘Truth and Reconciliation: The Right of Return in the Context of Past Injustice’, in Ann Mosely Lesch and Ian Lustick (eds.), Exile and Return: Predicaments of Palestinians and Jews (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005), pp. 261ߝ78.

Notă biografică

Michael Dumper is Associate Professor in Middle East Politics, University of Exeter