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Donnerstag, 23. Mai 2019, 19:00 Uhr
PREVENTING PALESTINE: A POLITICAL HISTORY FROM CAMP DAVID TO OSLO
Seth Anziska, Mohamed S. Farsi-Polonsky Lecturer in Jewish-Muslim Relations at University College London, Author. His research and teaching focuses on Israeli and Palestinian society and culture, modern Middle Eastern history, and contemporary Arab and Jewish politics.
Moderation: Bashir Bashir, Associate Professor at Open University Israel, Senior Research Fellow at Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Bruno Kreisky Forum
For seventy years Israel has existed as a state, and for forty years it has honored a peace treaty with Egypt that is widely viewed as a triumph of U.S. diplomacy in the Middle East. Yet the Palestinians—the would-be beneficiaries of a vision for a comprehensive regional settlement that led to the Camp David Accords in 1978—remain stateless to this day. How and why Palestinian statelessness persists are the central questions of Seth Anziska’s groundbreaking book, which explores the complex legacy of the agreement brokered by President Jimmy Carter.
Based on newly declassified international sources, Preventing Palestine charts the emergence of the Middle East peace process, including the establishment of a separate track to deal with the issue of Palestine. At the very start of this process, Anziska argues, Egyptian-Israeli peace came at the expense of the sovereignty of the Palestinians, whose aspirations for a homeland alongside Israel faced crippling challenges. With the introduction of the idea of restrictive autonomy, Israeli settlement expansion, and Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon, the chances for Palestinian statehood narrowed even further. The first Intifada in 1987 and the end of the Cold War brought new opportunities for a Palestinian state, but many players, refusing to see Palestinians as a nation or a people, continued to steer international diplomacy away from their cause.
Combining astute political analysis, extensive original research, and interviews with diplomats, military veterans, and communal leaders, Preventing Palestine offers a bold new interpretation of a highly charged struggle for self-determination.
Anziska, S; (2018) Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo, ISBN: 0691177392. Princeton University Press: New York, NY, USA and Oxford, UK.