Peace

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1991). Geographical expressions of peace concepts in Israel. Pennsylvania Geographer, 29, 53-39.

 

Brawer, M. (1994). Boundaries of peace. Israel Affairs, 1(1), 41-63. 

 

Brawer, M. (1994). All that remains. Israel Affairs, 1(2), 334-345. 

 

Brawer, M. (1998). The Israel-Jordanian  peace boundary. In M. Pratt (Ed.), Borderlands Under Stress: International Boundary Research Unit: University of Durham. 

 

Efrat, E. (1992). Peace patterns in the insurgency region of Judea and Samaria. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 3(3), 257-271. 

 

Efrat, E. (1998). Regional planning and development in Israel as affected by the peace process. In A.G. Noble, F.G. Costa, A.K. Dutt, and R.B. Kent (Eds.), Regional Development and Planning for the 21st Century (pp. 35-56). Aldershot: Ashgate. 

 

Feitelson, E., and Haddad, M. (forthcoming). Identification of joint management structures for shared aquifers: A cooperative Palestinian-Israel effort. World Bank Technical Paper. 

 

Pizam, A. Fleischer, A. and Mansfeld, Y. (forthcoming). Tourism and Social Change: The Case of Israeli Tourists Visiting Jordan. The Journal of Travel Research.

 

Fleischer, A. and Buccola, S. (forthcoming). War, Terror and Tourism in Israel – Demand and Supply Factors. Applied Economics

 

Pizam, A. and Fleischer, A. (forthcoming). Severity vs. Frequency of  Acts of  Terrorism: Which Has A Larger Impact on Tourism Demand? Journal of Travel Research.

 

Gradus, Y. (1994). The Israel-Jordan rift valley: A border of cooperation and productive coexistence. In W. Gallusser (Ed.), Political Boundaries and Coexistence (pp. 315-322). Berne: Peter Lang. 

 

Hayuth, Y., and Demonie, G. (1993). Transshipment in Israeli ports - A peace scenario. Haifa: Wydra Institute of Shipping and Aviation Research.

 

Khamaisi, R., and Gonen, A. (1993). The Arabs in Israel in the wake of peace. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (English and Hebrew)

 

Khamaisi, R. (1994). The impact of peace on the Palestinians inside the Green Line. Keraat Seyasea, 4(144), 53-69.  (Arabic)

 

Kipnis, B. (1991). Geographical perspectives on peace alternatives for the land of Israel. In N. Kliot and S. Waterman (Eds.), The Political Geography of Conflict and Peace (pp. 217-228). London: Belhaven Press. 

 

Kliot, N. (1989). The transition from war to peace: Israel and Egypt. Merhavim, 3, 167-180.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N., and Waterman, S. (1990). The Political Geography of Conflict and Peace (pp. 280). London: Belhaven Press.

 

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. (1997). The grand design for peace, planning transborder cooperation in the Red Sea. Political Geography, 16(7), 581-603. 

 

Newman, D. (1988). Mind over matter: Images of the Arab Israeli conflict. Survey of Arab Affairs, 14. 

 

Newman, D. (1989). Closing the stable door after the horse has bolted: The peace agenda of Israel's new government. International Perspectives, 28(2), 15-17. 

 

Newman, D., and Hermann, T. (1990). The dove and the skullcap: Secular and religious divergence in the Israeli peace camp. In C. Liebman (Ed.), Religious and Secular: Conflict and Accommodation Between Jews in Israel (pp. 151-172). Jerusalem: Keter. 

 

Newman, D. (1991). Overcoming the psychological barrier: The role of images in war and peace. In N. Kliot and S. Waterman (Eds.), The Political Geography of Conflict and Peace (pp. 197-207). London: Belhaven. 

 

Newman, D. (1991). Ideological and political attitudes of the religious peace camp in Israel. L'eylah, 31, 4-10. 

 

Newman, D. (1994). Demarcating a boundary of peace between Israel and the West Bank. In W.A. Gallusser (Ed.), Political Boundaries and Coexistence (pp. 171-181). Bern: Peter Lang. 

 

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., and Falah, G. (1995). Small state behavior: On the formation of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Canadian Geographer, 39(3), 219-234. 

 

Newman, D., and Falah, G. (1995). The spatial manifestation of threat: Israelis and Palestinians seek a 'good' border. Political Geography, 14(8), 689-706. 

 

Newman, D. (1995). Separating Israelis and Palestinians demarcating de facto boundaries. Boundary and Security Bulletin, 3(2), 61-65. 

 

Newman, D. (1995). Creating a geography of peace: Oslo II and the discontinuity of space. Tikkun, 10(6), 41-44. 

 

Newman, D. (1996). Postmodernity and the territorial discourse of peace. GeoJournal, 39(4), 327-330. 

 

Newman, D. (1996). Shared spaces - separate spaces: the Israel-Palestine peace process. GeoJournal, 39(4), 363-375. 

 

Newman, D. (1996). Assassinating the message of peace. Tikkun, 11(6), 16-20. 

 

Newman, D., and Falah, G. (1997). Bridging the gap: Palestinian and Israeli discourse on autonomy and statehood. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 22(1), 111-129. 

 

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

 

Newman, D. (1997). Conflicting peace discourse in Israeli society. Peace Review, 9(3), 417-424. 

 

Newman, D. (1997). Israeli security: Reality and myth. Palestine-Israel Journal, 4, 17-24. 

 

Newman, D. (1997). Seeking Israel's soul. Tikkun, 12(5), 17-20. 

 

Newman, D. (1998). Creating the fences of territorial separation: The discourses of Israeli-Palestinian conflict resolution. Geopolitics and International Boundaries, 2(2), 1-35. 

 

Newman, D. (1998). Along the difficult road of Israeli-Palestinian peace: The Wye Agreement and early elections. Boundary and Security Bulletin, 6(4), 62-72. 

 

Newman, D., and Hermann, T. (1999). A path strewn with thorns: Along the difficult road of Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking. In R. MagGinty and J. Darby (Eds.), Coming out of Violence: The Problems of Building Peace. London: MacMillan Press. 

 

Shachar, A., Schwartz, D., and Felsenstein, D. (1995). Macro-spatial impacts of the peace accords between Israel and her neighbors. Haifa: Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1987). Haifa in a peaceful future. In E. Schiller (Ed.), Zev Vilnay's Jubilee (pp. 129-135). 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. (1996). The Israeli Arabs and the peace process - Policy and recommendations. Nativ, 4, 134-136.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1996). The Oslo accord - How to halt it at the present stage and why. Nativ, 5, 22-28. 

 

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)