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From Sharon to Sharon: Spatial planning and separation regime in Israel/Palestine

@inproceedings{Yiftachel2010FromST,
  title={From Sharon to Sharon: Spatial planning and separation regime in Israel/Palestine},
  author={Oren Yiftachel},
  year={2010}
}
Two personalities, more than any other, represent the history of Israeli spatial planning: Arieh and Ariel Sharon. Both have had an enormous impact on the political, military and legal geographies of Israel/Palestine. Despite notable political differences, the two men led Israeli planning to promote a similar spatial strategy throughout the last six years, encapsulated by the acronym SEEC (Settlement/Security, Expansion, Ethnicization, Control/Commercialization). This strategy has provided a… Expand

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