Auteur: Farsoun, Samih K. & Naseer Aruri
Titel: Palestine and the Palestinians
Sub titel: A Social and Political History
"Palestine and the Palestinians" is a sweeping social, economic, ideological and political history of the Palestinian people, from antiquity to the Road Map to Peace. The text begins with an overview of Palestine's place in regional and global history, followed by an in-depth discussion of Palestinian society before and after the catastrophic division of Palestine in 1948. This second edition is thoroughly revised and updated, including entirely new chapters on the most current events and issues confronting Palestine today, including: Palestinians in Israel; the structural flaws of the Oslo Accords and their bearing on the Second Intifada; Palestinian refugees and their right of return; Jerusalem and its unique role for Palestine and Palestinians; the diplomatic "peace process" from Camp David to the Road Map; and the future of the Palestinians and the two-state and single-state solutions.
2006, 432 pag., Euro 35,95
Westview Press, Oxford, ISBN 9780813343365
This page last updated on: 13-1-2015