Parution : Mandy Turner (ed.), From the River to the Sea. Palestine and Israel in the Shadow of “Peace”, Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books, April 2019
From the River to the Sea
Palestine and Israel in the Shadow of “Peace”
EDITED BY MANDY TURNER – CONTRIBUTIONS BY LUIGI ACHILLI; DIANA BUTTU; TARIQ DANA; TOUFIC HADDAD; JAMIL HILAL; CHERINE HUSSEIN; RAJA KHALIDI; YONATAN MENDEL AND MANSOUR NASASRA
From the River to the Sea: Palestine and Israel in the Shadow of ‘Peace’ provides original analyses of how different coping strategies were developed as well as new forms of political expression, interaction, and mobilization since the 1993 peace deal between the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel. Its premise is that an historical realism is essential in order to develop a route out of the post-Oslo impasse that extended and solidified the power imbalance under the auspices of ‘peace’. The book includes chapters from experts across the disciplines of anthropology, economics, law, political science and sociology to map out and critically assess the impacts and responses to this ‘peace’ in different geographical and political settings. These innovative analyses also investigate processes that might enable a future to be built based on greater equality and an end to the oppression and violence that currently exists between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea (and beyond).
Mandy Turner is the director of the Kenyon Institute in East Jerusalem.