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The Eu and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1971-2013
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Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Just Peace in the Context of Peacebuilding Chapter Three: The EU and Just Peace Chapter Four: Defining a Just Peace in the Conflict Chapter Five: Securing a Just Peace: the EU and Security Sector Reform in the Palestinian Territories Chapter Six: Building a Palestinian State Chapter Seven: Conclusions

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Anders Persson is lecturer of political scientist at Linnaeus University, Sweden.

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Anders Persson raises critical questions about the `notion of just peace' in EU diplomacy. Though the notion `just peace' has been used consistently in the EU's declaratory diplomacy over decades, it received only sparse attention. Previous research predominantly focused on the cumbersome process of forging internal political compromise on the EU's conflict resolution policy. This book shifts focus by elaborating on the intersubjective nature of just peace and the way the EU's own notion of a just peace has evolved over time. While the book touches on several important issues and is empirically rich, it is its particular conceptual focus on the notion of `just peace' that makes it unique and will stimulate the reader's thinking. It almost seems paradoxical, but at a time when the feasibility of establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel is more and more questioned, the EU's own view of a just solution to the longstanding conflict has crystalized into an increasingly elaborated vision of a two-state settlement. -- Patrick Muller, Vienna University
This is an informed and informative work in which Anders Persson offers an original examination of Europe's frustrated and often frustrating attempt to turn her geographic proximity, historic links, and deep contemporary economic ties with the Middle East into a just and lasting peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians. Throughout it makes a valuable contribution to the literature on Europe and the Arab-Israeli conflict. -- Rory Miller, author, "Meditations on Violence"
In The EU and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 1971-2013: In Pursuit of a Just Peace, Anders Persson provides a highly analytical, multi-disciplinary, cutting-edge, theoretically informed, and insightful contribution to scholarship pertaining to the EU's attempts to establish a just peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The thorough, comprehensive, and critical approach renders the book of great assistance to scholars dealing with conflict resolution, peace building, state building, and the dialectic relations between peace building and state building. As such it is highly recommended. -- Guy Harpaz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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