State in formation: the Ghetto State as typified in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

  title={State in formation: the Ghetto State as typified in the West Bank and Gaza Strip},
  author={Robert McColl and David Newman},
State formation is a complex process. Using the notion of the “ghetto state”, the case of the West Bank and Gaza Strip are analyzed. State formation processes among the Palestinians are shown to be a direct reaction to the processes of political and military control put into operation by Israel since 1967. The continued administrative and political separation of the West Bank and Gaza from the dominant Israeli territory enable the Palestinians to formulate their own independent national… 
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