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    Book Review – Seth Anziska’s ‘Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo’

Book Review – Seth Anziska’s ‘Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo’

by Ian Black
The idea of self-rule or autonomy for the Palestinians first appeared in the Camp David peace talks between Menachem Begin’s Israel and Anwar Sadat’s Egypt in 1978. Forty years on, an independent, sovereign Palestinian state has still not been created, in part because that concept of limited autonomy still casts a long shadow. Seth Anziska’s meticulously-researched tome is an […]

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    Re-conceptualising Health in Wars and Conflicts: A New Focus on Deprivation and Suffering in the oPt

Re-conceptualising Health in Wars and Conflicts: A New Focus on Deprivation and Suffering in the oPt

by Weeam Hammoudeh

Conflicts pose threats to public health, human security and wellbeing. While more attention tends to focus on the more visible and direct impacts of conflict, such as death, disability and injury, conflicts, especially if prolonged, impact populations and subgroups in important but less visible ways; affecting the very foundations of society and posing threats to human security and […]

August 7th, 2018|Palestine, Research|0 Comments|
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    Saudi Signals Clarify Prospects for Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’

Saudi Signals Clarify Prospects for Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’

by Ian Black

It may not have been very surprising but it was nevertheless an unusually clear and unmissable signal. King Salman of Saudi Arabia has sent out a message about a highly sensitive issue: The Kingdom will not go along with Donald Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ to resolve the Israel­–Palestine conflict. It refuses to accept the US recognition […]

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