Rashid Khalidi

Journal of Palestine Studies

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THE JOURNAL OF PALESTINE STUDIES has devoted sustained attention to three critical issues of late: the passage in July 2018 of the so-called Jewish Nation-State Law by the Israeli Knesset, the conflation of anti-Zionism with anti-Sem
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THE RENOWNED AUSTRALIAN ANTHROPOLOGIST Patrick Wolfe has often been quoted as saying that settler colonialism was “a structure, not an event.” In line with this definition, the Nakba—which precipitated the mass dispossessi
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FOR DECADES, we have heard the mantra endlessly repeated that Israel was and could be both “Jewish and democratic.” Today, the contradictions inherent in this formulation have become ever more apparent.
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Essays

U.S. policy on the Middle East, in general, and on Palestine, in particular, witnessed a seismic shift in the closing days of 2017: the U.S.

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THIS SPECIAL ISSUE of the Journal marks something of a departure from our usual focus on the history, politics, and social science aspects of the study of Palestine as it is largely devoted to a cluster of contrib
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THESE ARE EXTRAORDINARY TIMES where Palestine is concerned. In December 2017, a U.S.
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Essays

This essay argues that what has been going on in Palestine for a century has been mischaracterized.

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WITH THIS SPECIAL ISSUE, the Journal of Palestine Studies addresses the signal moments discussed in my essay, “Historical Landmarks
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ONCE AGAIN, the moldering corpse of a U.S.-sponsored peace process is being propelled back onto the world stage.
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THE PAST QUARTER CENTURY has been marked by the rapidly declining cohesion and effectiveness of the Palestinian national movement, the stren
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WITH THE ADVENT IN WASHINGTON of an administration with radical new priorities regarding Israel, and a disdain for Palestinian rights, Palestine is hovering on the brink of a seismic shift.
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THE PREPARATION OF THIS ISSUE coincided with a peculiar U.S. presidential campaign that left foreigners, and many Americans, baffled at its twists and turns.
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THE DECEPTIVELY NAMED PEACE PROCESS recently got another boost from the French government.
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PALESTINE IN RECENT MONTHS has witnessed a new kind of continuous, low-level ferment that betokens many Palestinians’ profound disquiet with the status quo: Israel’s ever more entrenched military occupati
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IN 1988 EDWARD SAID WROTE, “the establishment of Israel as a state in 1948 occurred partly because the Zionists [. .
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AGREEMENT in the summer of 2015 on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action pertaining to Iran’s nuclear program marked much more than the end of long years of contention over this topic and the culmination o
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THE PALE
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WITH ALL THE ATTENTION PAID to the erosion of civil liberties of U.S.
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AS THIS ISSUE goes to press, the Bush-Cheney administration is coming to a close.
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THE 4 NOVEMBER ELECTION of Barack Obama as president of the United States has inspired many to hope for a fresh start at home and abroad.
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OPERATION CAST LEAD, the latest in a series of brutal Israeli military actions against the Gaza Strip that began even before it was occupied during the 1967 war, differed from previous actions in the particularly savage na
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ISRAEL’S MARCH 2015 ELECTION took place as this issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies was going to press.
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Interviews and debates

In her current capacity as the Head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Information and Culture Department and a member of the PLO Executive Committee, as a former negotiator with the United States over the terms of Palestinian participation in the Madr

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IN JULY 2014, Israel launched its third and most massive military assault in a period of less than six years on the 1.8 million people of the Gaza Strip.

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There are numerous misleading ways of framing the conflict in Palestine.
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As the four commentaries that follow indicate, in the end, the United States hewed closely to a

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A MOVING TARGET like the effort of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to mediate between Israel and the Palestinians is difficult for a quarterly journal to deal with.
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Essays

This essay, based on the author’s talk presenting a recent book, Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Mid­dle East, examines the dynamics of U.S.

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THIS ISSUE OF JPS comes out as the PLO and Israel engage in yet another round of negotiations, under the sponsorship and oversight of the United States.
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Remembrances
In Remembrance: Elias Shoufani, 1932-2013
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THIS ISSUE OF the Journal contains several notable features.
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Interviews and debates

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At first glance the contents of this issue of the Journal appear disparate, ranging as they do over the Israeli settlement project, Tony Blair’s tenure as Quartet Middle East representative, the role of Islamic Jihad, and
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If American politicians, the mainstream media, and most of the supposed experts in think tanks inside the Beltway are to be believed, Iran represents a looming threat not only to its immediate vicinity (and especially Isra
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Articles

Few issues in the Arab-Israeli conflict are as contentious as that of the Palestinian right of return (haq al-'awda).

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More than any other issue of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Jerusalem has deep resonance for all the parties.

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Essays

IT IS STILL TOO EARLY TO SAY whether history will rank the most recent turning point in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict with the cataclysmic transformation of Palestine of 1948 or with the dislocations of 1967 and 1982.

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Interviews and debates

Dr.

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THIS SPECIAL ISSUE OF the Journal of Palestine Studies is dedicated to Edward W.
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A COMMON THEME running through most of the articles in this issue is the daily struggle of ordinary Palestinians in the ever shrinking spaces to which they are confined.
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THIS IS THE FIRST ISSUE of JPS since Yasir Arafat’s death in November 2004 marked the end of an era in Palestinian politics.
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THIS ISSUE COVERS a broad range of topics, including an assessment of Palestinian prospects after the passing of Yasir Arafat, two contributions touching on aspects of the post-9/11 Middle East, an article about a little k
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APPEARING AT THE TIME of Israel’s disengagement from the Gaza Strip and a tiny portion of the northern West Bank, this issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies includes two long articles that put the event in some histori
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GIVEN ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER Ariel Sharon’s powerful impact on Israeli politics, his ‎sudden departure from the scene undoubtedly marks the end of an era.
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WITH THE COMPLETION of the unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip, Israel’s long-term plans for the West Bank have come into sharp relief.
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AS A QUARTERLY, the Journal of Palestine Studies naturally cannot respond rapidly to events.
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INCREASINGLY, the international focus on Palestine has targeted Hamas, particularly after its victory in the January 2006 elections for the Palestine Council.
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Some issues relating to Palestine and the Arab-Israeli conflict seem always to be with us. And they seem always to be treated the same way in certain quarters, starting with much of the U.S. media.
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Chaos reigns in the occupied territories, the prison’s inmates turning on one another while their jailors look on smugly.
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Forty years ago this November, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 242, aimed at resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict—most immediately, the consequences of the June 1967 war, during which Israel seized territories fr
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ONCE AGAIN, Gaza dominates the news coming out of Palestine, where the aftershocks of Hamas’s 2007 takeover continue to reverberate.
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Sixty years ago the Zionist movement launched an all-out military offensive to establish a Jewish state in a country with a two-thirds Arab majority.
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Remembrances
AN AURA OF INFINITE SADNESS seemed to attach to Mahmud Darwish over the nearly four decades I knew him.
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THIS SPECIAL ISSUE of JPS celebrates the work of the renowned anthropologist Rosemary Sayigh, a pioneer in the field of refugee studies and the first scholar to emphasize the signal importance of Palestinian refugees in th
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This issue of JPS contains two historiographical interventions and several items on political developments in Palestine in the recent past and present, including an exclusive interview with Palestinian prime minister Salam
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Remembrances

Shafiq al-Hout was one of the original founders of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1964, a member of its Executive Committee in 1966–68 and 1991–93, the long-time PLO  representative in Lebanon, a prolific a

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In this issue, JPS addresses many elements of the Arab-Israeli conflict and
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Since Israel’s winter 2008–2009 offensive against the Gaza Strip, it has seemed that we are living through a period of après-Gaza.

HQ Articles

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قُدّم المقال أصلاً في الندوة الدولية الخامسة التي عُقدت في جامعة بيرزيت.

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موضوعي شاقٌ وهام، وهو ثوابت ومتغيرات السياسة الأمريكية تجاه القدس منذ نكبة عام 1948 وحتّى الآن.

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