Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 29 items for :

  • International Relations x
  • All content x
Clear All Modify Search
Restricted access

Turkish-Israeli Relations during the Cold War

The Myth of a Long ‘Special Relationship’

Kilic Bugra Kanat

political relations with Israel. The Arab-Israeli conflict also impacted Turkish foreign policy indirectly by mobilizing public opinion. The Turkish public had always been attentive to the conflict, which resonated with important sectors in Turkey, as it

Restricted access

Murad Idris, David Albert, Yitzhak Dahan, Nancy E. Berg, and Barbara U. Meyer

Jacob Shamir and Khalil Shikaki, Palestinian and Israeli Public Opinion: The Public Imperative in the Second Intifada Review by Murad Idris

Eytan Gilboa and Efraim Inbar, eds., US-Israeli Relations in a New Era: Issues and Challenges after 9/11 Review by David Albert

Uri Cohen and Nissim Leon, The Herut Movement’s Central Committee and the Mizrahim, 1965–1977: From Patronizing Partnership to Competitive Partnership Review by Yitzhak Dahan

Sharon Aronson-Lehavi, ed., Wanderers and Other Israeli Plays Review by Nancy E. Berg

Shalom Goldman, Zeal for Zion: Christians, Jews, and the Idea of the Promised Land Review by Barbara U. Meyer

Restricted access

(Not) Becoming the Norm

Military Service by Religious Israeli Women as a Process of Social Legitimation

Elisheva Rosman-Stollman

( Aviner 2004 ; Barzilai 2006 ). In short, although serving is not desirable for religious young women, it is not being painted as ‘bad’ ( Cherlow 2014 ). Second, and perhaps more interestingly, public opinion regarding religious female soldiers has also

Restricted access

Amir Goldstein

’s younger generation, which would shape its identity as a whole and its political identity in particular following the Six-Day War, expressed a growing support for the right ( Arian 1973: 42 ). Public opinion polls and studies consistently demonstrated that

Restricted access

Wang Zhen, Alfred Tovias, Peter Bergamin, Menachem Klein, Tally Kritzman-Amir, and Pnina Peri

external events that marked a new direction in Israeli public opinion, but which had less to do with fear than with opportunism. The first was 11 September 2001. Clearly, Israelis perceived a move toward securitization in the West and especially in the US

Restricted access

Ian S. Lustick

presents, Yamit’s sincere and hardworking inhabitants came as dreamers and were washed away by the “tsunami of official policy and public opinion” (97), “much like pounding waves upon sandcastles along the seashore” (59). Hirschhorn shows how, although they

Restricted access

Shifra Mescheloff

’s victory in the Six-Day War planted in Rabbi Goren’s heart the hope that the building of the Holy Temple was imminent. When he realized that public opinion and the political leadership were not ready for this, he tried at least to obtain permission for Jews

Restricted access

Dan Avnon, Nitzan Lebovic, Raymond Cohen, Elie Friedman, Sara Helman, Gad Barzilai, and Ari Ariel

variety of pressures, including from domestic public opinion, the government, the military authorities, and international law. Finally, in a series of rulings it decided that while the wall does have a strong security justification, the Court would allow

Restricted access

Udi Sommer

, with public opinion polls showing largely favorable views by the vast majority of Israelis. 4 On the other hand, the fence was not well received by the international community, being denounced almost across the board. Even Israel’s closest allies

Restricted access

The Determination of Educational Policy

Shas, Politics, and Religion

Anat Feldman

minister of education, Yuli Tamir, attempted to defer its implementation through legal means, supported by considerable public opinion. Tamir argued that the amendment would harm state education, due to its low commitment to the state curriculum, and would