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Routinization of the Israeli-Arab Conflict

The Perspective of Outsiders

Soli Vered and Daniel Bar-Tal

This study explores features of the routinization of the Israeli-Arab conflict in everyday life in Israel. Specifically, it examines how foreign students view this aspect of the culture of conflict, compared to the point of view of Israeli students born into the day-to-day reality of a society that has been engaged in an intractable conflict for decades. Findings show that foreigners perceived and identified various conflict-related routines that have been absorbed into the social and physical spaces of daily life in Israel, becoming unnoticeable to Israelis. This was the case particularly with various images and symbols of the conflict that saturate both public and private spaces, conflict-related informal norms of behavior, and the central place that the conflict occupies in private interpersonal discourse. These results are discussed in relation to the functionalities of the routinization of the conflict and its implications.

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Jonathan Magonet

was fortunate that she could participate as she was frail due to ill health. Concluding remarks were given by Professor Lord John Alderdice (Director, Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict, Harris-Manchester College, Oxford University

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Ian S. Lustick

Hirschhorn , City on a Hilltop: American Jews and the Israeli Settler Movement (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2017), 368 pp. Hardback, $39.95. Gershon Shafir , A Half Century of Occupation: Israel, Palestine, and the World’s Most Intractable

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Peter Hervik

, Bethany , and Shana Kusher Gadarian . 2012 . Anxious Politics: Democratic Citizenship in a Threatening World . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Atran , Scott . 2016 . “ The Devoted Actor: Unconditional Commitment and Intractable Conflict

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Daniel M. Knight

, S.G. 2008 . All Tomorrow’s Cultures: Anthropological Engagements with the Future . Oxford : Berghahn . Dalsheim , J. 2015 . There Will Always Be a Gaza War: Duration, Abduction and Intractable Conflict . Anthropology Today 31 ( 1 ): 8

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The Missing Policing

The Absent Concept of Policing and Its Substitutes in Israeli Military Doctrine

Ofra Ben-Ishai

intractable conflict’ ( Inbar and Shamir 2014 ) in order to mitigate the deep political conflict with regard to the Occupation and restore the national consensus and the military's legitimacy. The new doctrine was hybrid: it sought a middle road between

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Tair Karazi-Presler, Moti Gigi, Luis Roniger, Yossi Harpaz, Oded Adomi Leshem, Meir Elran, Dany Bahar, and Yuval Benziman

pertain to the changing circumstances in the politics of the region. Oded Adomi Leshem George Mason University references Leshem , Oded Adomi . 2017 . “What You Wish for Is Not What You Expect: Measuring Hope for Peace during Intractable Conflicts

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Richard Ivan Jobs, Judith Surkis, Laura Lee Downs, Nimisha Barton, and Kimberly A. Arkin

Wilder, aporias arrested in irresolvable opposition. He shows instead how they were productive for Césaire and Senghor’s thinking, as each worked to elaborate innovative solutions to the apparently intractable conflict between the Republic and its

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Ken Stein, Yael Berda, Galia Golan, Pnina Peri, Yuval Benziman, Dalia Gavriely-Nuri, Muzna Awayed-Bishara, and Aziza Khazzoom

Conflict.” In Intractable Conflicts: Socio-Psychological Foundations and Dynamics , 174 – 212 . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . 10.1017/CBO9781139025195.009 Tajfel , Henry , and John Turner . 1979 . “An Integrative Theory of Intergroup

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Rianna Oelofsen

which ‘the cycle of reprisal and counter-reprisal’ (2000: 209) that characterises situations of intractable conflict can be broken. Importantly, Tutu also emphasises that justice cannot occur without proper reparations. He writes, most frequently, the