Middle East



Biger, G. (1978). Mohamed Ali's map of 1841. Middle Eastern Studies, 14(3), 323-325.


Biger, G. (1981). The structural and distribution of Palestine industry 1927 a typical Mediterranean industry at an early stage of development. In Historical changes in spatial organization and its experience in the Mediterranean world (pp. 93-107). Genova: Bozzi Editore.


Biger, G. (1983). The first political map of Egypt, Cartographica 19(3-4), 83-89.


Biger, G. (1989). The Shatt al Arab river boundary: a note. Middle Eastern Studies, 25(2), 249-252.


Biger, G. (1989). IranIraq Boundary An Anatomy of a boundary line. Tel-Aviv: Skirot. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1999). Takhtit al- Hudud  - The Encyclopedia of Islam, Leiden, The Netherlands. Kluewer.


Brawer, M. (1977). Deserts of the Middle East. In E. Zohar (Ed.), The Desert (pp. 22-32). Tel Aviv: Reshafim Publishing Company.  (Hebrew)


Brawer, M. (1988). Atlas of the Middle East. New York: MacMillan Publishing. 


Brawer, M. (1992). Atlas of the Middle East. Jerusalem: Carta Publishing Company.  (Hebrew and Arabic)


Brawer, M., and Karmon, Y. (1964). Atlas and Regional Geography of the Middle East. Tel Aviv: Yavneh Publishing House. 


Feiler, G., and Goodovitch, T. (1994). Decline and growth, privatization and protectionism in the Middle East airline industry. Journal of Transport Geography, 2(1), 55-64. 


Feitelson, E. (1996). The environmental implications of roads  in a peaceful Middle East. In Y. Steinberg (Ed.), Preservation of Our World in the Wake of Change. Jerusalem: ISEEQ Publications. 


Gradus, Y. (1990). The shrinking of the country towards a Jewish Hong Kong in the Middle East. Economic Quarterly, 41, 88-90.  (Hebrew)


Gross, D., and Soffer, A. (1996). International groundwater and international rules: The case of the Middle East. Haifa: University of Haifa. (Hebrew)


Grossman, D. (1998). The perception of marginality: The Middle East. In H. Jusilla, W. Leimgruber, and R. Majoral (Eds.), Perception of Marginality: Theoretical Issues and Regional Perspectives (pp. 165-181). Ashgate: Aldershot. 


Kark, R. (1978). The traditional Middle Eastern city: The cases of Jerusalem and Jaffa during the nineteenth century. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 10, 75-95.  (Hebrew)


Karmon, Y. (1968). Water - A level for development in the Middle East, Middle East Development, Vol. 3 (pp. 64-78). Jerusalem: Truman Center Publications. 


Katz, Y. (1985). Zionist plans to acquire land in Lebanon at the beginning of the twentieth century. Cathedra, 35, 53-57.  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N. (1984). Geography of hostages, The 1983 Year Book of the Israeli Geographical Association (pp. 57-89).  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N., and Soffer, A. (1986). The emergence of a metropolitan core area in a new state: The case of Jordan. Asian and African Studies, 20(2), 217-232. 


Kliot, N. (1986). The Territorial Disintegration of a State: The Case of Lebanon. Durham: Center for Middle Eastern Studies. 


Kliot, N. (1986). Lebanon, a geography of hostages. Political Geography, 5(3), 199-220. 


Kliot, N. (1987). The collapse of the Lebanese state - Some disintegration  forces. Middle Eastern Studies, 23(1), 54-74. 


Kliot, N. (1994). Water Resources and Conflict in the Middle East. London: Routledge. 


Kliot, N. (1996). Planning peace between Israel and Jordan: Policy implications of the grand design for peace. Journal of Borderland Studies, 11(1), 1-24. 


Kliot, N. (1999). Shared water resources in the Middle East. In A. Sela (Ed.), Political Encyclopedia for Middle East (pp. 782-790). Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Publishing House. 


Kliot, N. (1999). A cooperative framework for sharing scarce water resources. In H. Amery and A. Wolf (Eds.), Hydrogeography in the Middle East at Peace. Austin: University of Texas Press. 


Kellerman, A. (1971). Geography of the Land of Israel, the Middle East, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. Haifa: The American Institute for Education in Correspondence. 


Kipnis, B. (1996). The Eastern Mediterranean megalopolis: A backbone of a peaceful Middle East. The Middle East Forum, 1, 129-147. 


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1992). Israel: historical timber trade in the Levant: the use of imported Cedrus Libani in construction of buildings in Israel from ancient times to the early twentieth century. LUNDQUA, 34, 202-206.


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G., (1997). The use of Middle Eastern timber in 19th century buildings in Palestine. In Z. Safrai, et al. (eds.) Land Research, (pp. 205- 220), Ramat-Gan,  Bar Ilan University Press. (Hebrew)


Mansfeld, Y. (1994). The Middle East conflict and tourism to Israel. Middle Eastern Studies, 30(3). 


Mansfeld, Y. (1995). War, tourism and the Middle East factor. In A. Pizam and Y. Mansfeld (Eds.), Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues (pp. 265-278). London: John Wiley and Sons. 


Newman, D. (1992). The Middle East and the emerging new world order introduction. GeoJournal, 28(3), 333-346. 


Newman, D. (1994). Towards peace in the Middle East: The formation of state territories in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Geography, 79(3), 263-268. 


Newman, D. (1994). Territorial implications of the Middle East peace process. Boundary and Security Bulletin, 2(3), 76-80. 


Newman, D. (1997). The Netanyahu administration and the Middle East process. Boundary and Security Bulletin, 4(4), 58-67. 


Pohoryles, S. (1986). Our common ecosystem  intrinsically calls for cooperation statement to subcommittee for Europe and Middle East. Washington: Committee for Foreign Affairs, U.S.A. Congress.


Pohoryles, S. (1997). Production of High Yielding Durum Wheat in the Middle East and Mediterranean Region. (pp. 30). Tel-Aviv: The Peres Institute for Peace.


Soffer, A. (1981). Lebanon - A geographical introduction. Monthly Review, 5, 9-11. 


Soffer, A. (1982). Population and economy of Lebanon. Monthly Review, 7, 3-9. 


Soffer, A. (1982). Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. Monthly Review, 7, 10-15. 


Soffer, A. (1983). Lebanon - Basic outline. Lebanon: War and Reconstruction, 4, 7-12.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1985). Back to the northern line. Monthly Review, 4, 3-7.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A., and Stern, S. (1985). The model of the Middle Eastern port city. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 12, 206-215.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1986). Lebanon: Where demography is the core of politics and life. Middle Eastern Studies, 22, 197-205. 


Soffer, A. (1987). The port city - a sub group of the Middle Eastern city model. Ekistics(316-317), 102-110. 


Soffer, A. (1988). The phenomenon of the megalopolis in the Mediterranean Eastern coast. Geography, 73, 141-143. 


Soffer, A., and Kliot, N. (1990). Water projections in the Middle East. Monthly Review, 11, 3-13. 


Soffer, A. (1992). Changes in the Geography of the Middle East. Tel-Aviv: Am Oved.  (Hebrew and Arabic)


Soffer, A. (1992). Rivers of Fire - The Conflict of Water in the Middle East. Tel-Aviv: Am-Oved.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1994). Jordan: Looking toward the 90's - Location, metropolis, water. In Y. Nevo and I. Pepe (Eds.), Jordan in the Middle East: 1948-1988. The Making of a Pivotal State (pp. 26-44). London: Frank Cass. 


Soffer, A. (1995). Jordan - A state in the desert border. In A. Shiller and G. Barkai (Eds.), Jordan and its Places, Vol. 10 (pp. 43-65). Jerusalem: Ariel. 


Soffer, A. (1996). Israel in the era of peace and new Middle East - Between reality and dreams. In A. Shachar and Y. Hinberger (Eds.), Geography of Peace (pp. 60-70). Jerusalem: Ministry of Education.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1999). Rivers of Fire. Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield. 


Werczberger, E. (1994). Der friedensprozeess im Mittleren osten aus der planungsperspektive. Dokumente und Information zur Schweiz. Orts, Regional - und Landes planning, 119, 41-46.  (German)


Yiftachel, O. (1992). The state, ethnic relations and democratic stability: Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel. GeoJournal, 23(2), 319-332.