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Israel's Creeping Annexation
A raft of legislative proposals introduced in the Knesset over the last several years has raised the specter of Israeli annexation of additional West Bank territory. One bill would provide for nearlyExpand
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The Middle East's majority problems: minoritarian regimes and the threat of democracy
This article examines the phenomenon of minoritarian regimes in the Middle East, focusing on Bahrain, Syria and Israel/Palestine. It considers, in each, how minority rule was established, theExpand
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Shadow or Shade? The Roles of International Law in Palestinian-Israeli Peace Talks
principle it can be enunciated without reference to a specific context; as a right it is operative only in a relative context, and as a remedy, its equitable application is limited by the rights ofExpand
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Forty Years without Resolve: Tracing the Influence of Security Council Resolution 242 on the Middle East Peace Process
This essay offers an assessment of the extent to which UNSC Resolution 2429s procedural and substantive recommendations have facilitated a negotiated settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict. TheExpand
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Divorce Without Separation? Reimagining the Two-State Solution
Abstract This essay begins by discussing the separation paradigm that has dominated thinking about the two-state solution during the Oslo process and the challenges to its implementation. The authorExpand
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Past the point of no return? A rights-based framework for international engagement in Israel/Palestine
Twenty-one years after the Oslo Accords were signed, Israel’s occupation is more deeply entrenched than ever and will not easily be undone. Through a range of policies, the international communityExpand
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