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Israel"s Unilateralism

Beyond Gaza (Hoover Institution Press Publication)

by Robert Zelnick

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Hoover Institution Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle East - Israel,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • 1993-,
  • Arab-Israeli conflict,
  • Attitudes,
  • Israel,
  • Jews,
  • Occupied territories,
  • Palestinian Arabs,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11388404M
    ISBN 100817947728
    ISBN 109780817947729

    Editor’s note: This week, Lawfare is running a series of essays on federalist governance in the Middle East. This essay is the third in the series. Read the introductory essay here and the second essay here.. Benjamin Wittes’s proposal to move Israel in a federal direction is both valuable and seriously flawed. The flaws are easy to spot: It is Israel-centric in a manner that .   Israeli Neo-Unilateralism Is Dangerous and Ignores History. Overview of a tunnel built underground by Hamas militants leading from the Gaza Strip into Southern Israel, seen on August 4, , near the Israeli Gaza border, : Martin Sherman.

    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is of enormous interest to scholars and policy-makers, yet the internal Israeli policy debate on this issue is often overlooked or oversimplified. It is impossible to understand Israeli actions, the constraints on Israeli decision-makers and the trajectory of the conflict itself without a deeper understanding of. After the Lebanon and Gaza experiences -- sustained rocket attacks on Israel in the wake of unilateral pullouts -- will Olmert still want to adopt last summer\\'s Gaza model of .

    Following leadership changes in the United States and Israel in early and the Israel-Hamas Gaza conflict in December January , the inconclusive final-status peace negotiations that took place between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) during the finalCited by: 2. From Israel’s perspective, Washington’s endorsement of such “credit card unilateralism” — buy now, pay later — would have the benefit of regularizing the status of the nearly , Author: David Makovsky.


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Israel"s Unilateralism by Robert Zelnick Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Israel's Unilateralism, award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future.

He offers a Israels Unilateralism book account of the actual pullout, explains the evolution of the thought behind the policy, and analyzes the Palestinian response from both moderates and Hamas.1/5(1).

: Israel's Unilateralism: Beyond Gaza (Hoover Institution Press Publication) (): Zelnick, Robert: Books1/5(1). In Israel's Unilateralism award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the.

Emmy Award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future. He details the thought behind the policy and the impact of the loss of Ariel Sharon, analyzes the Palestinian response from both moderates and Hamas, and underscores the politically realist-minded assumptions that continue to drive the policy : Hoover Institution Press.

Emmy Award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future. He details the thought Israels Unilateralism book the policy and the impact of the loss of Ariel Sharon, analyzes the Palestinian response from both moderates and Hamas, and underscores the politically realist-minded assumptions that continue to drive the policy forward.

In Israel's Unilateralism, award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future. He offers a detailed account of the actual pullout, explains the evolution of the thought behind the policy, and analyzes the Palestinian response from both moderates and Hamas.

Book Description. This book tells the inside story of America's policy toward Israel and the Palestinians during the Bush years. Elliott Abrams was the deputy national security advisor who handled Middle Eastern affairs.

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Aaron David Miller ("Going it alone won't work," Views, Jan. 6) argues that unilateral Israeli action will not work, even while he acknowledges that the building the security fence, which he calls.

Israel's Policy of Targeted Killing - Volume 17 Issue 1 - Steven R. David Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by: Israel has always presented itself as an island of democracy in a sea of authoritarianism.

One would have therefore expected Israel to welcome the pro-democracy movements that began to sweep through the region in early In fact, the reaction has been negative at all levels of Israeli. In Israel's Unilateralism award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future.

He offers a detailed account of the actual pullout, explains the evolution of the thought behind the policy, and analyzes the Palestinian response from both moderates and Hamas. In Israel’s Unilateralism: Beyond Gaza, Hoover research fellow Robert Zelnick has written an account of the events leading up to the withdrawal, the people involved, the withdrawal itself, and the results of it to date.

“This is a book about strategy, in this case unilateral separation,” said Zelnick. The strategy, he says, was designed to address a situation where the status quo was unacceptable. In the book, he suggests that the real imperialists during the war were the U.N.

and EU officials complaining about American unilateralism. “Their problem,” Hazony writes, “is. For Palestinians, the old-new suggestions of Israeli unilateralism are unacceptable.

“It is absolutely illegal under international law, and it is vital that such plans are not viewed as temporary,” Buttu said. “All of this is designed to cement Israel’s presence in the West Bank, and legitimate the wall and settlements.”.

Easily the clearest book available for background narrative and analytic cogency is Robert Zelnick's "Israel's Unilateralism" (), now available in paperback. Zelnick, 68, the former ABC News correspondent who currently teaches at Boston University, has been back in the news himself thanks to "Frost/Nixon," the new film about the famous TV.

Highlights include he's account of the US role in Israel and America's energy problems. What Prestowitz argues is that America could be a virtual ruler of the world as the Romans were, but he does not believe that this would be best for America of the rest of the world.

It is this insight that really makes the book by:   The Siren Call of Israeli Unilateralism Column Lara Friedman looks critically at proposal for unilateral withdrawn and determines that doing so would damage the possibility of a two-state : Lara Friedman.

The "unilateralism" is an attempt to turn back the wheel to the period when Israel tried to rob the Palestinians of the ability to decide their future on the grounds that they were not a legitimate collective entity but rather "terrorists."Author: Meron Benvenisti.

Request PDF | On Nov 1,JEREMY PRESSMAN and others published Israeli Unilateralism and Israeli–Palestinian Relations, – |. As a long-time advocate of ending the occupation in a way that does not imperil Israel’s population I have reluctantly concluded that, for now at least, the chances of a Palestinian-run West Bank turning into another Gaza are just too great for Israel to contemplate a full unilateral withdrawal.

The dangers of doing so are heightened by the.His first book entitled Understanding Israel: Political, Societal and Security Challenges is a jointly edited volume with Professor Joel Peters and was published by Routledge in October Previously, Rob served in teaching positions at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom and the Department of War Cited by: 2.This book is the culmination of 20 years of research, fieldwork and analysis on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the impact of Israeli occupation.

Israel's Unilateralism: Beyond Gaza. Emmy Award-winning journalist Robert Zelnick examines Israel's disengagement from Gaza and what it might lead to in the future.

He details the thought.