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Khaled Abu Aker
Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
A Quest for Peace and Security
Vol.11 No.1 2004
Table of Contents
by Daniel Bar-Tal
While the argument over which country the Shebaa farms belongs to may seem trivial, it has the potential to fan the flames of larger disputes in the region.
by Asher Kaufman
The need for a combination tacit and formal Middle Eastern security regime in the post-Iraq War era.
by Yair Evron
the situation in the Middle East crystalizes, the changes being affected are profound.
by Ahmed Abdel Halim
An analys of the quest for regional security, from an Israeli perspective.
by Shmuel Bar
During the second Intifada and Sharon‘s rule, extremist ideas have prevailed.
by Mamdouh Nofal
To guarantee our regional security, the focus should be on working to turn areas of confrontation into possibilities for regional cooperation.
by Mohammad Shiyyab
An interview with Yuval Steinitz. Knesset Member and head of the Foreign A.ffairs Committee
interview with Yuval Steinitz
Case studies of the impact of the security barrier on Jayyous village
by Maurice Hopper
Palestinians have been largely negative in their response to the content of the Geneva Accord.
by Khalil Shikaki
Israelis and Palestinians have to move beyond the catch of victimhood and learn to understand each other‘s pain. as a step toward peace.
by Dan Bar-On and by Saliba Sarsar
Israeli society uses stereotyped views of the Palestinians to avoid facing the reality of their actions.
by Ruchama Marton
Historic analogies in the region can serve as a basis for a future bi-national confederation.
by David Warmflash
Conversation with Hillel Schenker of the PIJ
by Yossi Alpher
Analysing the economic cost of the security barrier and the damage to infrastructure for the Occupied Territories.
by Sara Roy
Eye of the Camera
An obituary of the late Palestinian poet Fadwa Tugan
Chronology of Events
Edited by Najat Hirbawi