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Contested Holy Places in Israel-Palestine
Over the last twenty years, there has been a growing understanding that conflicts in or over holy places differ from other territorial conflicts. By providing a thorough and systematic analysis of the social, economic, and political conditions that fuel conflicts over holy sites and the conditions that create tolerance or conflict, this book will be a key resource for students and scholars of conflict resolution.
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East Jerusalem, Summer 2014
The explosive tension in East Jerusalem in the summer of 2014, sensed in the aftermath of the Gaza war, has led to an increase in violence of nearly 100% in the city. These events have once again raised the issue of the complex, explosive reality that exists in East Jerusalem and the tense relationship between the city’s Jews and Arabs.
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The Palestinian Petition to the United Nations for Recognition of a Palestinian State: A Legal/Political Analysis
The Palestinian petition to the United Nations (UN) is part of a broader Palestinian process aimed at advancing Palestinian interests not by means of negotiations with Israel, but through the use of multi-national political and legal frameworks. This policy paper analyzes the possible measures that Palestinians might adopt in the UN framework, as well as the potential implications of these measures.
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Towards Inclusive Israeli Citizenship:A New Conceptual Framework for Jewish-Arab Relations in Israel
A new study, led by Prof. Yitzhak Reiter of the JIIS, with the participation of ten researchers from various universities and research institutes, proposes a new conceptual framework to address the status of the Arab minority while simultaneously striking a balance between Israel as a Jewish state and as a democratic state.The project was funded by the German Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty.
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War, Peace and International Relations in Contemporary Islam: Muslim Scholars on Peace Accords with Israel
This book analyzes the thinking of Muslim legal experts and muftis in the field of international relations as well as their efforts to adapt Islamic law (Shari`a) to the realities of modern statesmanship and relations among states and peoples. It assesses their stances regarding peace agreements with Israel as a special case.
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Barriers to Peace in the Israeli- Palestinian Conflict
This book presents a detailed study of the various barriers to settling the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, barriers which in their range and complexity have singled out this conflict as a protracted and ongoing conflict.
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The Disengagement Plan – An Idea Shattered
The disengagement from Gaza and northern Samaria was one of the most traumatic events in the history of the State of Israel. For the first time since the Six-Day War, the government of Israel decided on a unilateral disengagement from territories occupied in the Six-Day War, unconditionally and without an agreement.
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The Evaluation of Cooperation Between Palestinian and Israeli NGOs: An Assessment
The main aim of this study—a meta-analysis of evaluations available in this field—is to identify successes, challenges, and lessons learned regarding joint ventures so as to inform the Social and Human Sciences (SHS) section of UNESCO and its partners about the key components that should be integrated in the “civil societies in dialogue” methodology. Our declared mission was two-fold: to summarize lessons learnt from Palestinian-Israeli cooperation, and to recommend guidelines for future cooperation endeavors.

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The Arab Peace Initiative – A Historic Opportunity? Background, Meanings, and Possible Avenues of Exploration
At the Riyadh Summit of March 2007, the Arab League affirmed the initiative originally published at the Beirut Summit of March 2002. This resolution is a potentially momentous one for the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Syrian conflicts; should the Arab Peace Initiative be adopted by all parties as a basis for negotiations, it may represent a positive turning point.
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The Israeli Palestinian Conflict- from Conflict Resolution to Conflict Management
The violent confrontation that erupted in September 2000 between Israel and the Palestinians developed into a protracted low-intensity confrontation. The confrontation exacted a heavy human toll on both sides, inflicted severe economic damage, and raised the level of enmity, hostility, and mistrust to levels that hamper dialogue not only in regard to the resolution of the conflict but also in its management. The book focuses on the causes of the confrontation, the goals of the sides, and the distinctive characteristics of the confrontation as a low-intensity conflict. Management strategies, the failure of the efforts to end or moderate the confrontation, the outcomes and its impact on both societies in different domains, and the phenomenon of unilateral disengagement as a unique strategy of conflict management in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are also discussions raised within the text.

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