Political geography

 

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Alperovitch, G. (1997). Israeli settlement in occupied territories and its impact on housing prices in Israel. Journal of Regional Science, 37(1), 127-144. 

 

Azaryahu, M. (1986). Street names and political identity: The case of East Berlin. Journal of Contemporary History, 21, 581-604. 

 

Azaryahu, M. (1991). Die Umbenennung der Vergangeheit oder die Politik der staedtischen Architexture. Ost Berlin 1990-1991. Zeitschrift fuer Volkskunde, 88(1), 16-29.  (German)

 

Azaryahu, M. (1996). The power of commemorative street names. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 14, 311-330. 

 

Azaryahu, M. (1996). The spontaneous formation of memorial space: The case of Kikar Rabin, Tel-Aviv. Area, 28, 501-513. 

 

Azaryahu, M. (1997). German reunification and the politics of street names. The case of East Berlin. Political Geography, 16(6), 479-493. 

 

Azaryahu, M. (1997). Zurueck zur Vergangenheit? Die Strassennamen Ost-Berlins 1990-1994. In W. Speitkamp (Ed.), Denkmalstruz. Zur Konfliktgeschichte Politischer Symbolik (pp. 137-154). Goettingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht.  (German)

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1992). Political symbolization of an urban space: Naming streets in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 119-132.  (Hebrew)

 

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Biger, G. (1976). Early British Contribution to the development of Jerusalem, 1918-1925. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 9, 174-200. (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Biger, G. (1981). The economic plan of the Mandatory Government, Cathedra, 15, 200-203. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1981). The delimitation of the eastern boundary of Palestine. Cathedra, 20, 203-206. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1983). National Homeland or Crown Colony. Jerusalem: Yad Yizhak Ben Zvi. (Hebrew)

 

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

 

Biger, G. (1983). The territorial organization of the British regime in Palestine. Horizons in Geography, 9-10, 15-24. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1987). The first political map of Sinai. In G. Gvirzman, et al. Sinai, (pp. 907-912). Tel-Aviv, Ministry of Defense publishing house. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1988). Physical Geography and Law, the case of international river boundaries, GeoJournal, 17.3, 341-347.

 

Biger, G. (1988). The American View of the Tel-Hai Affair. The Journal of Israeli History, 19,1, 91-94.

 

Biger, G. (1990). First American involvements in Palestine during the Mandate period, Israel Land and People, 5-6(23-24), 257-266. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1990). Geographical and other arguments in delimitation the boundaries of British Palestine. In C. Grundy-Warr (ed.) International Boundaries and Boundary Conflict Resolution (pp.41-61). Durham: Durham University.

 

Biger, G. (1991). Geographical organization of Palestine during the military administration, 1917-1920. In M. Eliav,  (ed.) Siege and Distress, (pp. 248-259). Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi, (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1991). A geographical analysis of imperial rule: The British regime in Eretz Israel (Palestine), 1917-1929. In J. Aviram, and A. Shachar, (eds.) Eretz-Israel 22, (pp. 27-35) Jerusalem: The Israel Exploration Society. (Hebrew)

 

Biger, G. (1992). Geographical Analysis of British Imperial rule: The case of Palestine 1917-1929. In R. Allen, H. Baker and G. Biger (eds.). Ideology and Landscape in Historical Perspective, (pp. 121-151). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Biger, G. (1994). An Empire in the Holy Land - Historical Geography of the British Administration In  Palestine. New York: Magnes Press and St. Martin Press.

 

Biger, G. (1995). The Dead Sea: A Case For Transboundary Mineral Exploitation. In G. Blake et al. (eds.) The Peaceful Management of Transboundary Resources, (pp. 111-117). London: Graham and Trotmen.

 

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Brawer, M., Waterman, S., and Kliot, N. (1992). The development of research and teaching of political geography in Israel the last 70 years. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 59-71.  (Hebrew)

 

Cohen, S.B., and Kliot, N. (1992). Place names in Israel's struggle over the administered territories. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 82(1992), 653-680. 

 

Copaken, N.S., and Soffer, A. (1996). The perception of water as part of territory in Israeli and Arab ideologies between 1964 and 1993: Toward a further understanding of the Arab-Jewish conflict. Haifa: The Jewish-Arab Center.

 

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Efrat, E. (1988). Geography and Politics in Israel Since 1967. London: Frank Cass Publications. 

 

Efrat, E., and Noble, A.G. (1990). Geography of the Intifada. Geographical Review, 80(3), 288-307. 

 

Efrat, E. (1996). Israel's contemporary political geography. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 261-268). Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 

 

Fenster, T. (1995). Participation as a political process in enforced resettlement  projects. Geography Research Forum, 15, 33-48. 

 

Glass, J.B., and Kark, R. (in press). Haim Amzalak, H.B. vice consul at Jaffa, 1872-1903. In A. Newman (Ed.), Britain and the Holy Land. Leicester: Leicester University Press. 

 

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Golan, A. (1995). The demarcation of Tel Aviv - Jaffa's municipal boundaries following the 1948 war: political conflicts and spatial outcome. Planning Perspectives, 10, 383-398.

 

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Gonen, A. (1987). The geographical expansion of the electoral support for the Likud party: A comment on a comment. State, Government and International Relations, 26, 125-127.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y. (1982). Spatial distribution of political power and regional disparities: The Israeli case - UNCD Working Paper, Vol. 82-84 (pp. 1-34). Nagoya: United Nations Center for Regional Development.

 

Gradus, Y. (1983). The role of politics in regional inequality: The Israeli case. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 73(3), 388-403. 

 

Gradus, Y., and Einy, E. (1985). Regional representation in a proportional electoral system: The Israeli Knesset 1961-1981. City and Region, 4, 5-21.  (Hebrew)

 

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Kark, R. (1994). American Consuls in the Holy Land 1832-1914. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 

 

Kark, R. (1994). U.S. consuls in Jerusalem, 1844-1917: Motivation and training and the character of appointments. Cathedra, 70, 161-169.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Glass, J.B. (1994). Biographies of U.S. consuls in Jerusalem 1844-1917. Cathedra, 70, 170-192.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y., Reichman, S., and Paz, Y. Absorptive capacity and rates of absorption as topics annexed to the discussion of immigration to Palestine from the inception of the recent Jewish settlement of Palestine. Eretz Israel, 22, 206-227.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1984). An internal Zionist dispute on Jewish settlement outside the land of Israel: The case of Turkey. Zion - A Quarterly for Research in Jewish History, 49(3), 265-288.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1984). A comment on acquisition of land by Jews in Eretz Israel. Economic Quarterly, 122, 315-316.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1991). The formulation of the Jewish Agency's proposal for the boundaries of the partition, 1937-1938. Zion - A Quarterly for Research in Jewish History, 56(4), 401-439.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1992). Transfer of population as a solution to international disputes. Political Geography, 11(1). 

 

Katz, Y., and Reichman, S. (1993). The Jewish settlement in the Ezion Bloc 1967-1970: The final product and the original plan. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 3, 144-153.  (Hebrew)

 

Katz, Y. (1993). The political status of Jerusalem in historical context. Shofar, 11(3), 41-53. 

 

Katz, Y. (1994). Zionist political and settlement activity in the late thirties to change the royal commission's partition plan: The case of Beisan Valley. The Jewish Journal of Sociology, 36(2), 1-20. 

 

Katz, Y. (1995). The reemergence of Jerusalem: New Zionist approaches in attaining political goals, pre-1914. Political Geography, 14(3), 279-293. 

 

Katz, Y., and Sandler, S. (1995). The origins and implementation of the Zionist conception of state borders. The Journal of Strategic Studies, 18(2), 146-168. 

 

Katz, Y. (1996). The partition of Eretz Israel (Palestine). In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 307-320). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 

 

Katz, Y. (1996). Are maps illustrations or documents? Cathedra, 82, 175-180.  (Hebrew)

 

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Kliot, N. (1982). Contemporary trends in political geography. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 73, 270-279. 

 

Kliot, N., and Waterman, S. (1983). Pluralism and Political Geography: People, Territory and State (pp. 323). Beckenham: Croom Helm.

 

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). Maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean: Aspects of cooperation and dispute. In G. Blake (Ed.), Maritime Boundaries and Ocean Resources (pp. 208-226). Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm. 

 

Kliot, N. (1989). Cooperation and conflicts in maritime issues in the Mediterranean basin. GeoJournal, 18(3), 262-272. 

 

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., and Waterman, S. (1990). The politics of writing the geography of Palestine/Israel. Progress in Human Geography, 14(2), 237-260. 

 

Kliot, N. (1994). The evolution of Egyptian Israeli boundaries: From colonial foundations to peaceful borders. Country Briefing: International Boundary Research Unit, 1(4), 1-22. 

 

Kliot, N., and Mansfeld, Y. (1995). The dual landscape of partitioned city - Nicosia. In W. Gallusser (Ed.), Political Boundaries and Coexistence (pp. 151-161). Basel: Peter Lang. 

 

Kliot, N., and Mansfeld, Y. (1997). The political landscape of partition - The case of Cyprus. Political Geography, 16(6), 495-521. 

 

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

 

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Meir, A. (1999). Local Government among Marginalized Ex-nomads: The Israeli Bedouin and the State. In H., Jussila, R. Majoral, and C.C. Mutambirwa, (eds.), Marginality in Space-Past Present and Future, (pp.101-119). Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

Newman, D. (1981). Gush Emunim and settlement type in the West Bank. Bulletin of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies, 8(1), 33-37. 

 

Newman, D. (1982). Jewish settlement in the West Bank: The role of Gush Emunim, Vol. 16: Center for Middle  Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham.

 

Newman, D. (1984). The development of the yishuv kehillati in Judea and Samaria: Political process and settlement form. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 75(2), 140-150. 

 

Newman, D. (1984). Ideological and political influences on Israeli rurban colonization: The West Bank and Galilee mountains. Canadian Geographer, 28(2), 142-155. 

 

Newman, D. (1985). The Impact of Gush Emunim. London: Croom Helm.

 

Newman, D. (1985). The evolution of a political landscape: Geographical and territorial implications of Jewish colonization in the West Bank. Middle Eastern Studies, 21(2), 192-205. 

 

Newman, D. (1986). Functional change and the settlement structure in Israel: A study of political control, response, and adaptation. Journal of Rural Studies, 2(2), 127-137. 

 

Newman, D. (1986). Gush Emunim between fundamentalism and pragmatism. Jerusalem Quarterly, 39, 33-43. 

 

Newman, D. (1987). The Jewish settlement process in the territories. Monthly Review, 34(3-4), 58-65.  (Hebrew)

 

Newman, D., and Portugali, J. (1987). Israeli Palestinian relations as reflected in the scientific literature. Progress in Human Geography, 11(3), 315-332. 

 

Newman, D. (1988). Gush Emunim, Encyclopedia Judaica - Yearbook 1986/1987 (pp. 249-251). 

 

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

 

Newman, D., Applebaum, L., and Margulies, J. (1989). Institutions and settlers as reluctant partners: Changing power relations and the development of new settlement patterns in Israel. Journal of Rural Studies, 5(1), 99-109. 

 

Newman, D. (1989). The role of civilian and military presence as strategies of territorial control: The Arab-Israel conflict. Political Geography, 8(3), 215-227. 

 

Newman, D. (1989). Voting patterns and the religious parties in Israel. Contemporary Jewry, 10(2), 65-80. 

 

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 Applebaum, L. (1991). The private sector settlements in Israel: Developmental process and local government status. Rehovot: The Center for Development Studies.

 

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). On writing 'involved' political geography. Political Geography, 10(3), 195-199. 

 

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

 

Newman, D. (1992). Religious political parties in Israel: A guide to the perplexed. L'eylah, 33, 35-40. 

 

Newman, D., and Hermann, T. (1992). Extra-parliamentarism in Israel: A comparative study of Peace Now and Gush Emunim. Middle Eastern Studies, 28(3), 509-530. 

 

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

 

Newman, D., and McColl, R.W. (1992). States in formation: The ghetto state as typified in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. GeoJournal, 28(3), 333-346. 

 

Newman, D. (1993). The functional presence of an 'erased' boundary: The re-emergence of the 'green line'. In C.H. Schofield and R.N. Schofield (Eds.), World Boundaries: the Middle East and North Africa (pp. 71-98). London: Routledge. 

 

Newman, D. (1994). Social and political factors in the Golan settlement process. In A. Degani and M. Inbar (Eds.), Sefer HaGolam VeHehermon (pp. 487-502). Tel-Aviv: Eretz Publications.  (Hebrew)

 

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. (1995). Boundaries in the flux: The green line boundary between Israel and the West Bank - Past, present and future. Durham: International boundaries Research Unit, University of Durham.

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1995). Conflicting objectives for rural local government: Service provision to exurban communities in Israel. Environment and Planning B: Government and Policy, 13(3), 253-271. 

 

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

 

Newman, D. (1996). The Regional Council in Rural Areas: Reform and Change in Local Government. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies. 

 

Newman, D. (1996). Efficiency, functionality and the social construction of municipal space: Reforming rural local government in Israel. Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

 

Newman, D. (1996). From conflict to peace narratives: The changing discourse of Israeli political geography. In Y. Gradus and G. Liphshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 287-296). Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. 

 

Newman, D., and Falah, G. (1996). State formation and the geography of Palestinian self determination. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 87(1), 60-72. 

 

Newman, D. (1996). The geography of a state in the making: The West Bank and Gaza Strip. Geographical Magazine, 68(6), 16-19. 

 

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. (1998). Transforming ethnic frontiers of conflict into political frontiers of peace. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 17-38). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Newman, D. (1998). Metaphysical and concrete landscapes: The geopiety of homeland socialization in the 'Land of Israel'. In H. Brodsky (Ed.), Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies (pp. 153-184). Maryland: Maryland University Press. 

 

Newman, D., and Paasi, A. (1998). Fences and neighborhoods in the post-modern world: Boundary narratives in political geography. Progress in Human Geography, 22(2), 186-207. 

 

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). Population as security: The Arab-Israeli struggle for demographic hegemony. In N. Poku and D. Graham (Eds.), Redefining Security: Population Movements and National Security (pp. 163-186). Praeger. 

 

Newman, D. (1998). Geopolitics renaissant: Territory, sovereignty and the world political map. Geopolitics and International Boundaries, 3(1), 1-16. 

 

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. (1999). Real spaces - symbolic spaces: Interrelated notions of territory in the Arab-Israel conflict. In P. Diehl (Ed.), A Road Map to War: Territorial Dimensions of International Conflict: Vanderbilt University Press. 

 

Newman, D. (1999). Citizenship, identity and location: The changing discourse of Israeli geopolitics, Geopolitical Traditions: Critical Histories of a Century of Geopolitical Thought. London: Routledge. 

 

Newman, D. (1999). Political geography and territory politics: An interdependent relationship. Political Geography, 18(6). 

 

Newman, D. (1999). The geographical and territorial imprint on the security discourse. In D. Bar-Tal, D. Jacobson, and A. Klieman (Eds.), Security Concerns: Insights from the Israeli Experience (pp. 73-94). Stanford: JAI Press. 

 

Newman, D. (1999). Compare and contrast. Progress in Human Geography, 23(1), 1-5. 

 

Newman, D. (in press). The Dynamics of Territorial Change: A Political Geography of the Arab-Israel Conflict. Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Newman, D. (in press). From nationalism to post-nationalism: Territorial dimensions of national identity. In A. Kemp, D. Newman, U. Ram, and O. Yiftachel (Eds.), Israelis in Conflict: Hegemonies, Identities and Challenges. Albany: SUNY Press. 

 

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Soffer, A. (1983). The changing situation of minority and majority and its spatial expression - The Israeli example. In N. Kliot and S. Waterman (Eds.), People, Territory and State Pluralism in Political Geography (pp. 80-99). London: Croom-Helm Publishers. 

 

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