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PREFACE
Palestine
Shared Experiences under the Ottomans
Shared Experiences and the Rise of Zionist Activity in Palestine
PalestinianPolitical Mobilization Prior to the Mandate
Palestinian Beliefs and Behavior during the Mandate: 1923-1948
Notes
Zion
The European Experience
Palestine and the Yishuv
Zionist Beliefs and Behavior Prior to the Mandate
Zionist Beliefs and Behavior during the Mandate: 1923-1948
Note
Israel
Political Mobilization: Rise of the Resistance
The Intifadahs
Metamorphosis, and Legitimacy of a Movement
Regional and International Efforts
Credibility and Missed Opportunities
Return to Palestine
Zion Re-Visited
Trends in Policymaking: Labor
Policies of Likud: 1977-1984
The National Unity Government 1980s
The 1990s
The Israeli Public
Current Israeli Policies
Military Economy
Settlements, Immigration and Occupation Policies
Security and Beliefs
Return to a Peaceful Zion
Beliefs as a Determining Factor
Contributions of the Research Study to International Relations
EPILOGUE
APPENDIX
Primary Sources
Autobiographies
Palestinian/Arab
Israeli/Jewish
Interviews
Government Documents
Miscelleneous Public Documents
Speeches, Lectures and Conferences
Secondary Sources
Introduction
Beliefs and International Relations
Beliefs and Psychology
Beliefs and Behavior: Emerging Nationalisms
Zionist
Beliefs and Behavior: Post-1948 Trends
Palestinians
Israeli
Biographies
BIBLIOGRAPHY—ADDENDA
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Beliefs and Policymaking in the Middle East: Analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Beliefs and Policymaking in the Middle East: Analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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The manuscript analyzes a conflict situation and how it can be resolved. More precisely, it deals with the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict questioning why, after all these years of negotiations, a durable resolution to the conflict has not been realized. The thesis of the author is that given such conflict situations, beliefs can blind protagonists to coming to terms with alternate options to a given situation. In this case, she draws on beliefs regarding land and peace. A durable resolution to the Conflict can come about only when each side opts to “change” beliefs. Change is brought about through the learning process of re-attributing and re-prioritizing beliefs, i.e. peace for land.
The manuscript analyzes a conflict situation and how it can be resolved. More precisely, it deals with the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict questioning why, after all these years of negotiations, a durable resolution to the conflict has not been realized. The thesis of the author is that given such conflict situations, beliefs can blind protagonists to coming to terms with alternate options to a given situation. In this case, she draws on beliefs regarding land and peace. A durable resolution to the Conflict can come about only when each side opts to “change” beliefs. Change is brought about through the learning process of re-attributing and re-prioritizing beliefs, i.e. peace for land.

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