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Vol. 10 No. 1 , 2003
Violence and its Alternatives
Editorial
Inter-group violence is the physical or psychological harm that results from one group acting against another, or when groups act against each other. Individual acts that harm others can be considered inter-group violence if the perpetrators are acting as group members. This definition is accepted by many social scientists and activists. It encompasses various forms of violence, including those carried out by states, ethnic groups or organizations, which may not only injure, torture, destroy, expel or perform ethnic cleansing and genocide, but also exploit, discriminate, deprive, harass, pressure or control other groups.
Violence has been used by human beings from the start of their evolution, (perhaps even more than by other species), as a means to achieve their goals and, sometimes, even as a goal in itself. There is not one nation in this world that has not used violence to achieve its goals. History is filled with episodes of violence - from wars, rebellions, conquests, and sl
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Table of Contents
    Editorial
  1. No More Violence ( )

    By Daniel Bar-Tal Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  2. No to Preemptive War in Iraq ( )

    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  3. Interview
  4. The Road Map will Stand ( )

    By Saeb Erekat Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  5. Focus
  6. Needed, A New Approach: ( )
    If a political process can‘t be resumed, Israel must act unilaterally.
    By Uri Sagie Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  7. Victim Terrorism ( )
    Criteria for defining acts of terrorism must be clear and objective to develop a unified position against the scourge of international terrorism.
    By Jonathan Kuttab Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  8. Societal Costs of Political Violence: The Israeli Experience ( )
    Demonization of the "enemy" and increased internal violence are two of the primary societal costs of the escalating conflict.
    By Simha Landau Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  9. On Violence and Resistance ( )
    The lesson of the past two years is that violence can only breed violence.
    By Eyad El-Sarraj Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  10. We Know the Past; Do We Have to Live with It? ( )
    The past teaches that clear borders are a key to a tolerable life.
    By Martin Van-Creveld Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  11. “New” versus “Old” Terrorism ( )
    Is today‘s "new" terrorism qualitatively different from pre-September 11 "old" terrorism?
    By Martha Crenshaw Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  12. Palestine, 1987 - 2000: From Natural Law to Positive Law ( )
    Examining the societal evolution that took place between the first and second Intifadas.
    By Roger Heacock Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  13. Children and Violent Conflict: ( )
    Disturbing findings from a study of Palestinian children‘s dreams in the second Intifada.
    By Shafiq Masalha Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  14. Roundtable
  15. Violence and its Alternatives ( )
    A PIJ Roundtable with Mohammad Abu Harthiyyeh, Giora Goren, Nura Karmi, Gaby Lasky. Susan Collin Marks from Search for Common Ground moderated
    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  16. Viewpoint
  17. Did President Bush Expect the Unexpected? ( )
    What will be the repercussions of the war in Iraq for the rest of the region?
    By Ziad AbuZayyad Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  18. A Call for an Escalation of Non-Violence ( )
    Non-violence can be a key to Palestinian liberation and Israeli-Palestinian cooperation.
    By Amos Gvirtz Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  19. Ariel Sharon and the Fate of Local, Regional and International Peace ( )
    Lasting solutions will require creativity, intuition and inovation.
    By Hisham1 Ahmed1 Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  20. The ANC Example ( )
    How non-violence worked for the African National Congress.
    By Benjamin Pogrund Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  21. Images in the Eye of the Camera ( )

    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  22. Special
  23. In Memory of Rachel Corrie ( )

    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  24. Potential for a Non-Violent Intifada ( )

    By Steven Kull Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  25. Public Event
  26. Separation and Conciliation ( )
    A public discussion between senior Israeli negotiator Gilad Sher and Palestinian publisher Hanna Siniora.
    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  27. Economics
  28. Relief and Reform in the Palestinian Economy ( )
    An interview with UNCTAD Coordinator Dr. Raja Khalidi.
    By Raja Khalidi Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  29. Culture, Literature and the Arts
  30. Suicide Sister ( )
    A poem
    By Karen Alkalay-Gut Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  31. Recital ( )
    A poem
    By Karen Alkalay-Gut Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  32. Enough for Me ( )
    A poem
    By Fadwa Tuqan Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  33. The Deluge and the Tree ( )
    A poem
    By Fadwa Tuqan Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  34. Poll Potential for a Non-Violent Intifada ( )

    By Steven Kull Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  35. Documents
  36. Extracts from the Fourth Geneva Convention ( )

    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003
  37. Chronology of Events
  38. October 1, 2002, to January 1, 2003 ( )
    Edited by Najat Hirbawi
    Vol. 10 No. 1 2003


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