Hollow Land: Israel's Architecture of Occupation

Eyal Weizman | Verso (2012)
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Border Walls: Security and the War on Terror in the United States, India and Israel

Reece Jones | Zed Books (2012)
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The Bride and the Dowry: Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinians in the Aftermath of the June 1967 War

Avi Raz | Yale University Press (2012)
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Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited Our Modern World

James Carroll | Mariner Books (2012)
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Public Opinion Polls of Jewish and Arab Citizens of Israel

The Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development / The Brookings Institution (November 2011)
Among other notable findings, the poll shows that a majority of Israeli Jews believe that Israel should do more than it does today to promote comprehensive peace with the Arabs based on the 1967 borders with agreed modifications and the establishment of a peaceful Palestinian state. Also shows that a plurality of Israeli Jews are prepared for a just and comprehensive peace with the Arabs based on the 1967 borders, with agreed modifications. PDF >

Is Peace Possible? - Borders

S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace (2011)
"Borders" chapter of a comprehensive graphic report narrated by Abraham Center president and former Congressman Robert Wexler. Examines the issue of land swaps and how they can address the territorial demands of both Israelis and Palestinians. See More >

Jerusalem: The Biography

Simon Sebag Montefiore | Vintage Books (2011)
Book Review (The New York Times) | CampusBooks

Jerusalem: One City, Three Faiths

Karen Armstrong | Ballantine Books (2011)
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Jewish Terrorism in Israel

Ami Pedahzur and Arie Perliger | Columbia University Press (2011)
Book Review (Foreign Affairs) | CampusBooks

A High Price: The Triumphs and Failures of Israeli Counterterrorism

Daniel Byman | Oxford University Press (2011)
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