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The 11 September 2001 attacks are a denning moment for the USA. They have changed its perception of international reality by formulating an ideological framework to justify a new political and military strategy that is changing the terms of international relations. This article analyses the...
This article examines the evolving relations between Israel and the indigenous Bedouin Arab population of the southern Beer-Sheba region. It begins with a discussion of theoretical aspects, highlighting a structural conflict embedded in the ‘ethnocratic’ nature of nation-building typical of...
Studying the Bible in Jerusalem raises unique exegetical questions. The establishment of the state-for-Jews (Judenstaat) inevitably led to the expulsion of Arabs, while Jerusalem itself remains a major issue of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. The conflict has international implications also,...
As dawn broke on March 29, 2002, Israeli tanks, under cover of helicopter gunships, and accompanied by armoured personnel carriers, rolled into Ramallah. Hundreds of soldiers made house-to-house searches, destroyed offices, besieged hospitals, arrested ambulance drivers and medics and prevented...
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