Failure Of The Middle East Peace Process: A Comparative Analysis of Peace Implementation in Israel…

Hardcover | May 15, 2008

EditorGuy Ben-Porat

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This volume examines the gap between agreements and actual peace by focusing on the different aspects of implementation and of the causes of the success or failure of peace processes. While in the early 1990s the conflicts/peace processes in South Africa, Northern Ireland and Israel-Palestine shared commonalities, a decade later it is all but obvious that they have followed different trajectories and reached different outcomes. This edited volume offers different explanations for the successes and failures of the three processes and provides historical and comparative perspectives regarding their contemporary realities.

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This volume examines the gap between agreements and actual peace by focusing on the different aspects of implementation and of the causes of the success or failure of peace processes. While in the early 1990s the conflicts/peace processes in South Africa, Northern Ireland and Israel-Palestine shared commonalities, a decade later it is ...

GUY BEN-PORAT is Lecturer in the Department of Public Policy and Administration at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.59 × 5.65 × 0.82 inPublished:May 15, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230507093

ISBN - 13:9780230507098

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Table of Contents

Introduction--G.Ben-Porat * Israeli Flags Flying alongside Belfast's Apartheid Walls: A New Era of Comparisons and Connections--A.Guelke * The State-to-Nation Balance: A Key to Explaining Difficulties in Implementing Peace: The Israeli-Palestinian Case--B.Miller * Sponsors or Spoilers: Diasporas and Peace Processes in the Homeland--R.Schwartz * People's Diplomacy and People's Vigilantism: Israeli Grassroots Activism 1993-2003--T.Hermann * Passive Reconciliation in the Context of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict--R.Zehngut Nets * Identity Shift in Settlement Processes: The Northern Ireland Case--J.Todd * Realism, Liberalism and the Collapse of the Oslo Process: Inherently Flawed or Flawed Implementation?--J.Rynhold * Who Was Afraid of De-Colonization?--Y.Peled * Consociational Theory and Peace Agreements in Pluri-National Place, Northern Ireland and Other Cases--J.McGarry & B.O'Leary * Ending Apartheid: The Relevance of Consociationalism--R.Taylor * Mandela in Palestine: Peacemaking in Divided Societies--H.Adam