Bibliography, p209-222. - Includes index.
|Series||Contributions in political science -- no.161|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
Concise, impartial and informative book on the Israel/Palestine conflict. It carefully explains both sides arguments and rational in the conflict and how positions and perspectives have changed over time. Would like to see a bit more focus on economic and social policy approaches but this is nonetheless a very comprehensive book/5. Based on conversations with Palestinians in Israel, this engrossing book is entirely unique. Largely in its directness - asking seemingly harsh questions, noted Israeli writer Grossman provides readers with the unusual opportunity of hearing Palestinians criticizing the approaches of their own society. Phyllis Bennis is a fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, and Director of its New Internationalism Program. She is also a Fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. Her areas include U.S. unilateralism and empire, the Middle East (particularly Israel-Palestine and Iraq), and US-United Nations relations/5(40). The ReadDown Books to Understand the Israel-Palestine Conflict As one of the most contentious and controversial relationships in the world, the Israel-Palestine conflict has found its way into the headlines for various reasons over the last few decades. Often, those reasons are tied to the reignition of tensions or the crumbling of peace talks.
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Another book, the weary reader might ask? It is true that, even though Israel-Palestine has become overshadowed by the recent uprisings and upheavals in the region, it is probably the most written-about conflict in the modern Middle East – some might say, the entire world. But I believe my book of the people is different.7/10(4). According to the results of the thesis, this book is the fourth most adopted textbook in the area of Israel/Palestine history in western universities. This academic investigation expose how the report of the question’s history in this book is undermined by a pro-Israeli bias/5. Tell me about the Ilan Pappe book, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine. Pappe has written a great historical work on the ethnic cleansing of Palestine in /8 and he shows that it was organised and planned, called Plan D, or plan Dalit, and he has exploded the myths that were current until his work. Palestine is a non-fiction graphic novel written and drawn by Joe Sacco about his experiences in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in December and January Sacco's portrayal of the situation emphasizes the history and plight of the Palestinian people, as a group and as individuals. 1 Publication history 2 Plot summaryCreator: Joe Sacco.