By R. Ranta
The interval represents the 1st decade of Israel's career of the Occupied Territories and the decade within which the Labour get together was once Israel's so much dominant political strength.
Arguing that the successive Israeli governments headed by means of the Labour celebration lacked a strategic coverage in the direction of the Occupied Territories to handle the country's pursuits and desires, this booklet demonstrates the unsafe impact this had on Israel, at the heart East regularly, and at the Palestinian humans specifically.
In addressing key points of choice making pathologies, this ebook increases concerns which stay very important gains of Israeli politics this day and an research correct for political selection making worldwide.
Read or Download Political Decision Making and Non-Decisions: The Case of Israel and the Occupied Territories PDF
Similar war & peace books
Anarchy makes it effortless for terrorists to establish store. but the foreign neighborhood has been reluctant to dedicate the required assets to peacekeeping -- with devastating effects in the community and world wide. This bold new paintings argues that sleek peacekeeping operations and armed forces occupations endure a shocking resemblance to the imperialism practiced via liberal states a century in the past.
This e-book bargains a serious learn of the cultural and social phenomena of battle within the French and French-speaking international via a couple of lenses, together with reminiscence, gender, the humanities, and highbrow background.
The 1st research of the 1994 genocide written via a Rwandan nationwide. Kimanuka examines Rwanda's survival from being a "failed state", how leaders' daring judgements and the dedication of the Rwandan humans resulted in reform courses and monetary restoration. Wider dialog of Africa's basic improvement demanding situations also are explored.
- Patriotic Pacifism: Waging War on War in Europe, 1815-1914
- International Intervention in Ethnic Conflict: A Comparison of the European Union and the United Nations
- Peacemaking by Democracies: The Effect of State Autonomy on the Post-World-War Settlements
- Aid, Peacebuilding and the Resurgence of War: Buying Time in Sri Lanka (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies)
- The Politics of Economic Interdependence
- Liberal Democracy and Peace in South Africa: The Pursuit of Freedom as Dignity
Additional resources for Political Decision Making and Non-Decisions: The Case of Israel and the Occupied Territories
These bore a resemblance to the suggestions made in the Shalev–Bar-On plan. On the matter of the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan Heights, the committee advised the government to agree on an Israeli withdrawal if several conditions were met. These included the abrogation of the 1949 ceasefire lines and the signing of peace treaties. The committee also insisted that Israel demand the right of passage through the Tiran Straits; the demilitarisation of the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan Heights; a guarantee for the continuation of the flow of water from the Jordan tributaries; as well as the removal of the Arab economic embargo.
Brigadier-General Aryeh Shalev and Foreign Ministry representative Hanan Bar-On worked alongside Dayan during the war. They suggested that the Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula should be returned to Syria and Egypt respectively in exchange for peace treaties. Furthermore, they proposed that the West Bank should either form the basis of a Palestinian autonomous region or be returned to Jordan, in exchange for peace. 55 In a meeting with his staff on 12 June, Dayan expressed his views on the future of the territories.
The war was talked about in biblical and even messianic terms, and not only in religious circles. 39 As far as the military were concerned, the two main threats to Israel’s security prior to the war were now a distant memory: Syria was no longer able to pose a risk to Israel’s northern towns and water supplies, and the threat posed by Egypt to Israel’s right of passage through the Straits of Tiran had been eliminated. The new territories also changed the strategic balance in the region. Israel had acquired strategic depth allowing it to change its long-held pre-emptive strike doctrine.
Political Decision Making and Non-Decisions: The Case of Israel and the Occupied Territories by R. Ranta