ToC: Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs 9,1 (2015)

Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, in its first publication with Routledge, is pleased to announce a new issue:

 

From the Editor

Dr. Laurence Weinbaum, Chief Editor

pages 1-2

Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” in Europe: From Controversial Theory to Grim Reality
Oded Eran
pages 3-6

 

Israel  Affairs
Israel’s National Security: Challenges and Assets
Dan Schueftan
pages 7-28
The Delegitimization of Israel: Diplomatic Warfare, Sanctions, and Lawfare
Matthew S. Cohen & Charles D. Freilich
pages 29-48
Middle Eastern Currents
Cracks in the Crescent: The Looming Sectarian Clash between Khilafah and Imamah
Dimitar Mihaylov
pages 49-61
Iran and the Arab Gulf States: Change amidst Continuity
Yoel Guzansky
pages 63-74
Bilateral Relations
Israel and Cuba: A New Beginning?
Margalit Bejarano
pages 75-85
Reflections on Czech–Israeli Relations in Light of EU Policies
Lubomír Zaorálek
pages 87-89
Jewish Affairs
Holocaust Restitution: The End Game II?
Aharon Mor
pages 91-97
Reviews
The Journey to the Arab Spring: The Ideological Roots of the Middle East Upheaval in Arab Liberal Thought, by David Govrin
Nir Boms, Research Fellow
pages 99-102
Egyptian Foreign Policy from Mubarak to Morsi: Against the National Interest, by Nael M. Shama
Terry Newman
pages 103-106
The Next War between Israel and Egypt: Examining a High-intensity War between two of the Strongest Militaries in the Middle East, by Ehud Eilam
David Rodman
pages 107-108
Iranian Foreign Policy during Ahmadinejad: Ideology and Actions, by Maaike Warnaar & Iranian Foreign Policy since 2001: Alone in the World, edited by Thomas Juneau and Sam Razavi
Aryeh Levin
pages 109-115
The Hague Odyssey: Israel’s Struggle for Security on the Front Lines of Terrorism and Her Battle for Justice at the United Nations, by Richard D. Heiderman
Howard M. Weisband
pages 117-121
Uncivil War: The Israel Conflict in the Jewish Community, by Keith Kahn-Harris
Robbie Sabel
pages 123-126
Britain’s Moment in Palestine: Retrospect and Perspectives, 1917–48, by Michael J. Cohen
Aharon Klieman
pages 127-131
Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East, by Barry Rubin and Wolfgang G. Schwanitz
Matthias Küntzel
pages 133-137
Diary of a Foreign Minister, by Bob Carr
Jeremy Jones
pages 139-142
Jews and the Military: A History, by Derek J. Penslar
Stephen G. Fritz
pages 143-145
Armed Political Organizations: From Conflict to Integration, by Benedetta Berti
Rashmi Singh, Lecturer
pages 147-150
Dynamics of Asymmetric Territorial Conflict: The Evolution of Patience, by Uri Resnick
Melanie Carina Schmoll
pages 151-153
Letters
Letters by Daphna Sharfman, Simon Geissbühler, and Yisrael Medad
pages 155-160

Cite: Chamberlin, Global Politics of Palestinian Liberation

Chamberlin, Paul. "The Struggle Against Oppression Everywhere: The Global Politics of Palestinian Liberation." Middle Eastern Studies 47,1 (2011): 25-41.

 

URL: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/routledg/mes/2011/00000047/00000001/art00002

 

Abstract:

This article situates the Palestine Liberation Organization in an international network of liberation movements in the 1960s and 1970s. As such, it is a transnational history of the early days of the Palestinian liberation movement, whereas most scholars have treated that movement inside the confines of the long-running Arab-Israeli conflict. By analyzing the intellectual and political linkages between the PLO and other liberation movements in Algeria, Cuba, and Vietnam, the article seeks to reframe the Palestinian struggle in the context of other postcolonial struggles of that era.