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Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Very Short Introduction, The
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PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI CONFLICT: A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION, THE

PAPERBACK BY BUNTON, MARTIN (ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA)

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9780199603930
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OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
 
 
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OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
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PAGES
152 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
29 AUG 2013

DESCRIPTION

The conflict between Palestine and Israel is one of the most highly publicized and bitter struggles in history. In this accessible and stimulating Very Short Introduction, Martin Bunton clearly explains the history of the problem, reducing it to its very essence - a modern territorial contest between two nations and one geographical territory. Adopting a fresh and original approach, each section covers a twenty-year span, to highlight the historical complexity of the conflict throughout successive decades. Each chapter starts with an examination of the relationships among people and events that marked particular years as historical moments in the evolution of the conflict, including the 1897 Basle Congress; the 1917 Balfour Declaration and British occupation of Palestine; and the 1947 UN Partition Plan and the war for Palestine. Providing a clear and fair exploration of the main issues, Bunton explores not only the historical basis of the conflict, but also looks at how and why partition has been so difficult and how efforts to restore peace continue today. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

CONTENTS

Introduction ; 1. Ottomon Palestine, 1897-1917 ; 2. Mandate Palestine, 1917-1937 ; 3. Partioning Palestine, 1937-1947 ; 4. Zamut and Nakba, 1947-1967 ; 5. Occupation, 1967-1987 ; 6. Peace process, 1987-2007 ; Conclusion ; References ; Further reading ; Timeline