The Israel-Palestine conflict, which is one of the longest conflicts in the modern history, is one of the most important issues to shape Middle Eastern and world politics today. Since 1948, the conflict has gone through several phases shaped mainly by the wars between Arab States and Israel. Many peace plans were initiated, some of which ended up with peace agreements.
Although the Oslo Accords in 1993 was a promising turning point, the later developments (the second intifada 2000, the reoccupation of the West Bank in 2003, general elections and Hamas rising to the power 2006, the Hamas-Fatah division in 2007, and the series of attacks by Israel to the Gaza Strip) jeopardized the whole process raising questions about the feasibility of a two-state solution. Recently, the United States under the Trump administration has taken several initiatives, such as transferring the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, recognizing the united Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, and the declaration of the Deal of Century, all of which appear to further deepen the conflict.
Insight Turkey’s Winter 2020 issue (Vol. 22, No. 1) will focus on the Israel-Palestine conflict by reopening the debate about the conflicts’ drivers and actors, analyzing its dynamics, and examining its possible trajectories and future. We welcome scholarly papers examining and discussing political, economic, or social aspects of this issue.
Research articles, which answer a scholarly and relevant question through original research, should be between 5000 and 7000 words. Commentaries, which present a policy-relevant argument, should be 4000 words maximum. Manuscripts should be submitted to the journal through e-mail to email@example.com. All submissions will undergo a double-blind peer reviewing process before acceptance for publication. The deadline for submissions is January 1, 2020.
For further information about submissions please refer to the guidelines on the journal’s website.
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