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Editorial Board

Hisham Awartani

Danny Rubinstein

Sam'an Khoury

Boaz Evron

Walid Salem

Ari Rath

Zahra Khalidi

Daniel Bar-Tal

Ammar AbuZayyad

Galit Hasan-Rokem

Khaled Abu Aker

Galia Golan

Nazmi Ju'beh

Gershon Baskin

Edy Kaufman

Ata Qaymari

Benjamin Pogrund

Nafez Nazzal

Simcha Bahiri

Nadia Naser-Najjab

Dan Jacobson

Jumana Jaouni

Dan Leon

Anat Cygielman

Khuloud Khayyat Dajani

Izhak Schnell




Separation or Conciliation
Vol.9 No.3 2002

Table of Contents

Editorial

  • Separation or Conciliation
         by Ziad AbuZayyad and by Daniel Bar-Tal

  • Forms of Separation Between Israel and Palestine
          An introduction to the Issue
         by Izhak Schnell

    Focus
  • Proposals for Walls and Fences, and their Consequences
          An overview of various Israeli proposals for unilateral separation.
         by Gershon Baskin

  • Seeking the Road to Peace
          Reforms in the PA, an Israeli withdrawal from the Territories and a return to negotiations are the only way to improve the current situation.
         by Ziad AbuZayyad

  • Political and Security Complications of the Israeli Separation Fence
          Political and practical issues will undermine the separation plan.
         by Mamdouh Nofal

  • The Implication of Economic Borders Between Israel and Palestine
          Palestinian-Israel economic agreements so far have been "incomplete contracts".
         by Arie Arnon

  • Separation as a Form of Apartheid
          Any system of segregation imposed by the strong on the weak is a form of apartheid.
         by Jamil Hilal

  • The Depths of the Wall
          Despite the threat it poses, the Palestinians have so far failed to come up with a strong response to the wall.
         by Riad al-Malki

  • Separation, Integration and Conciliation: Preliminary Thoughts
          The real task facing this region is to build conciliation through separation and integration, based on equality.
         by Arie Nadler

  • Separation and International Intervention
          As none of the unilateral separation proposals provide a real element of hope, the alternative may be an international observer force or interim trusteeship.
         by Galia Golan

    Interview
  • Camp David, Oslo and the Future
          The implications of recent setbacks, and the options now available.
         interview with Dan Meridor

    Roundtable
  • Roundtable: Separation or Conciliation
          A PIJ roundtable with Naomi Hazan, Nazmi Jubeh, Danny Rothschild and Khalil Tofakji. Khalid Abu Aker was moderator.

  • Images: In the Eye ofthe Camera

    Viewpoint
  • Refusal to Serve: An Israeli Phenomenon and its Implications
          Have the refuseniks had any effect in changing Israeli political discourse?
         by Dan Leon

  • The Principle Facets of the Refugee Problem
          An outline of the main obstacles to resolving the refugee problem.
         by Khalil Shikaki

  • Postzionism: A critique of Zionist Discourse (Part 2)
          The controversies surrounding the conflict of national memory and identity.
         by Laurence J. Silberstein

    Economics
  • UNSCO
    The Cost of Closure

          An abridged version of the recent UNSCO study on the Palestinian economy.

    Culture
  • Hooriyya’s Teaching
         
         by Mahmoud Darwish

    Documents
  • The US Roadmap
          Elements of a Performance-Based Road Map for a Permanent Two-State Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.

  • Israeli Proposals for Unilateral Separation

  • Bad Fences Make Bad Neighbors
         

    Chronology of Events
  • April 1, 2002 to July 1, 2002
          Edited by Najat Hirbawi


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