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Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo
For seventy years Israel has existed as a state, and for forty years it has honored a peace treaty with Egypt that is widely viewed as a triumph of U.S. diplomacy in the Middle East. Yet theExpand
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1967: An Elegy of Conquest
SHORTLY AFTER ISRAEL'S LIGHTNING VICTORY in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, the leading Jewish philosopher and Israeli public intellectual Yeshayahu Leibowitz published his reflections on the territorialExpand
CHAPTER 8. A Stillborn Peace
Neither Two States nor One: The Palestine Question in the Age of Trump
In the opening weeks of his administration, President Donald Trump overturned a longstanding U.S. commitment to territorial partition and a two-state model for resolving the Israeli-PalestinianExpand
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The Erasure of the Nakba in Israel's Archives
  • S. Anziska
  • History, Political Science
  • 1 October 2019
A 2019 investigation by the Israeli NGO Akevot and Haaretz newspaper has uncovered official suppression of crucial documents about the Nakba in Israeli archives. The Journal is publishing printExpand
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A Note on Sources
Craig Daigle, The Limits of Détente: The United States, The Soviet Union, and the Arab–Israeli Conflict, 1969–1973 (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2012). Pp. 448. $55.00 cloth.
  • S. Anziska
  • History
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 15 October 2013
race” that “created space for the Point Four-inspired notion of development and the theory of modernization” (p. 22). According to Shah, Lerner came to subscribe to a cultural theory of race throughExpand
Autonomy as State Prevention: The Palestinian Question after Camp David, 1979–1982
Abstract: The context of Israel’s post-1967 rule over the Palestinian territories, which began well after the end of empire, the mandates, and the major waves of decolonization, sheds new light onExpand
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