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Creative Responses to Separation: Israeli and Palestinian Joint Activism in Bil'in
This article examines creative ways in which Israeli and Palestinian activists engage with each other and the powers seeking to separate them in their nonviolent struggles for a just and lastingExpand
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Hamas as a Political Party: Democratization in the Palestinian Territories
Why do violent movements participate in elections? To answer this question, we examine Hamas's formation of the Reform and Change Party and its iconic victory in the 2006 elections to the PalestinianExpand
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Conclusion: Prospects for Nonviolent Resistance in Palestine-Israel
The objective of this volume is to bring further attention to the use of nonviolent resistance in Palestine-Israel,1 particularly during the second intifada, while also contributing to theExpand
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Transnational Activism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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Struggling for a Just Peace: Israeli and Palestinian Activism in the Second Intifada
"Offers a fresh look and a unique perspective on conflict transformation and nonviolent activism in contemporary Israel/Palestine."--Veronique Dudouet, Berghof Research Center for ConstructiveExpand
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Does Karen wear a mask? The gendering of COVID-19 masking rhetoric
Purpose: This paper asks how values and beliefs around gender influence social norms regarding masking Specifically, the paper explores how the gendered meme “Karen” fits into social mediaExpand
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Conflict-Induced Migration and the Refugee Crisis: Global and Local Perspectives from Peacebuilding and Development
The conflict-induced displacement of millions in less than two years has revealed many significant cracks in international legal and economic systems. The resistance of the problem to moreExpand
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International relations scholarship, academic institutions and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
This paper explores the role of academic scholarship and practice in constituting, aggravating, and resolving the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. The first section of the paper examines how scholarlyExpand
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