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Menachem Klein

Menachem Klein

Prof. Menachem Klein is senior lecturer in the Political Science Department at Bar-Ilan University. His book A Possible Peace Between Israel and Palestine — An Insider’s Account of the Geneva Initiative was recently published by Columbia University Press.

Articles
The Endurance of the Fragile Oslo Accords
The Oslo Accords created a framework comprised of many parts, each of which contains a structural contradiction, and the framework is holding up precisely because of its complexity and fragility.
Our Jerusalem — A Reality Check
The processes that Jerusalem has been going though in the past 50 years have severely hurt the city, and a major change in direction is needed.
The Gazan Struggle against the Israeli Occupation
Gaza A History, by Jean-Pierre Filiu, trans. John King. London: Hurst, 2014, 422 pages, including notes, bibliography, biographies, and index.
Is the Arab Spring Israel’s Winter?
The Israeli public does not see a link between the conflict with the Palestinians —together with the Arab Spring — and the protest for socioeconomic justice.
The Shift — Israel’s New Goals in Jerusalem
The Green Line is becoming irrelevant as Israel expands its control over Jerusalem and beyond
From the Margins to the Mainstream: Impact of Extreme Religious Discourse in Israel
Extreme statements by religious authorities reflect a movement from a border-based to an ethnic conflict.
When the 1967 War and the 1977 Peace Visited My Home in Jerusalem
On that Friday night, my one-dimensional perception of the Arab “other” cracked.
Arafat as a Palestinian Icon
Israelis demonized him and Palestinians considered him the symbol of their struggle.