Still, the climax of these economic relations, in the joint venture of the Eilat-Ashkelon oil pipeline during the late 1960s and early 1970s, has not yet been analyzed using the new government records. Braverman entered the government as Minister of Minorities. Hess is a former deputy director of the Shorashim Center for Jewish Studies and the Kfar Blum Jewish Studies Festival. She is the recipient of the Search for Common Ground journalism award for fostering understanding of the Middle East. They stressed the importance of a strong and stable Jewish state, given the loyalty of the Jewish community in Palestine to allied interests during the war.
Author of numerous publications, Feldman has written five books on the topic of Israeli security and peacemaking, including: Israeli Nuclear Deterrence: A Strategy for the 1980s 1982 ; The Future of U. He is also the founding editor of Israel Studies Indiana University Press , the leading journal in this new field, and co-edits the Schusterman Series in Israel Studies. She has also taught at Brooklyn College and New York University. Benny Morris Benny Morris is a professor of Middle East history at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. The article studies how following the war, Harold Wilson's government sought ways to minimize the damage Israel's victory had wrought to Britain's economic interests.
Derived from sources written in different languages and then translated into English, the reader can readily examine multiple issues in their complexity. Khalil Shikaki Khalil Shikaki is a professor of political science and the director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah. Farah served as the Head of the National Union of Arab Students and has a degree from Haifa University. In addition, offshore exploration efforts in Israel and in neighboring countries are intensifying. Ruth Calderon Ruth Calderon is one of Israel's leading figures spearheading efforts to revive Hebrew Culture and a pluralistic Israeli-Jewish identity. With the closure of the Suez Canal following the war, the pipeline could offer a less expensive route for Gulf oil.
However, the events of 1973—1974 exceeded the attempts to contain them as a matter of market forces. He has guest conducted and lectured throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Israel and Australia. That existential reality explains the secrecy that Israel has kept relative to the various means it has employed to overcome these difficulties. Other work on ethnic formation in Israel has appeared in the American Sociological Review, Social Forces, and Signs. This was far more than the Jewish displaced persons population in Europe, the largest population displacement since the war. After the attacks of September 11 he served as a volunteer chaplain for the Red Cross.
In her teaching, Szobel presents the challenges posed by gender, war and peace, family structure, and economic and cultural dislocation as compelling entry points for the study of Israeli society and culture. A scholar of modern Jewish thought and history, Ellenson is recognized for his writings and publications in these fields. His areas of professional interest are religion and state, Jewish law, public law, corporate law, corporate acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate governance. He retained his seat in the 2003 elections and became chair of the Anti-Drug Committee. In 1976 Aramco and Saudi Arabia agreed on terms for nationalization.
Calderon holds a Master of Arts and PhD in Talmud from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is a former president of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and between 2009 and 2011 he served as Minister of Minorities. The book is a must have for students and teachers alike. Yet the events of 1973—1974 also triggered the unraveling of Keynesian economics, attacked by market technologies developed from the mid-1970s. Professor Kenneth Stein and his team have done a great service to anyone who cares to learn about Israel and the Middle East. Alexander Yakobson Alexander Yakobson is an associate professor of ancient history at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Etgar Keret Etgar Keret is an Israeli, world-acclaimed writer known for his short stories, graphic novels, and scriptwriting for film and television.
It abandoned the only theater in which Israel would be useful, before settling on its northern tier strategy. His volume, Understanding Jewish History: Texts and Commentary, is widely used in adult education. He has been the initiator and designer of several policy schemes and empowerment programs for Arabs in Israel. The History of the British Petroleum Company, vol. By screening mouse samples collected in the European house mouse hybrid zone between M.
A graduate in history and political science and the recipient of the International Relations department's first graduate degree, Professor Bialer completed his doctorate at the London School of Economics in 1974, and has been on the faculty at the Hebrew University since 1975. He is the author of the widely-acclaimed biography, Rav Kook: Mystic in a Time of Revolution published in 2014 by Yale University Press. He has edited a volume of essays on American Jewry entitled Facing the Future: Essays on Contemporary Jewish Life, is co-editor of a volume entitled Rebuilding the Nest: A New Commitment to the American Family, and is co-editor of The Jewish Family and Jewish Continuity. This article establishes a strategic dialectic from which a suitable Israeli strategic doctrine could be derived and operationalized. This compilation includes not only the critical policy papers, speeches, and agreements, but also less well-known correspondence and other materials that shed light on what key players were thinking. She is currently working on her doctorate in financial policy.
His first book, Defining Neighbors: Religion, Race, and the Early Zionist-Arab Encounter, published by Princeton University Press, was named a Choice Outstanding Academic Title in 2015. It includes nearly 521 documents as well as maps. Bialer, professor of international relations at Hebrew University, recounts Esso's decision to invest in Israel in 1949, with no concern about Arab retaliation; indeed, Esso's 1954 decision to leave Israel was because of excessive Israeli government regulation. She is the editor ofLessons and Legacies of the Holocaust Volume X : Back to the Sources 2012 , and co-editor of the Hans Günther Adler: Life, Literature, Legacy 2016 , of Encounter with Appelfeld, and other books. While still in the army, Brig. Nor does Gendzier discuss military alliances. He has taken charge of engineering projects from definition and specification, to evaluation of technical requirements and site tailoring, project supervision and management.
Klein is fluent in both Hebrew and English. In 2016 Choral Arts New England presented him the Alfred Nash Patterson Lifetime Achievement Award. She is currently working on a second book project, Flesh of My Flesh: Sexual Violence in Hebrew Literature and Israeli Culture. He was a grassroots activist in Jerusalem and is on the board of Yerushalmim, the movement for a pluralist and livable Jerusalem. She is the author of Palestinian Art and the forthcoming book Frida Kahlo. Cultural Brigade works to expose Soviet-Israeli culture to the Israeli public, in Hebrew.