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Dialogue in Palestine

The People-to-People Diplomacy Programme and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict



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Dialogue in Palestine by Nadia Naser-Najjab

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Since 1993, various international donors have poured money into a People-to-People (P2P) diplomacy programme in Palestine. This grassroots initiative - still funded by prominent external donors today - seeks to foster public engagement through contact and therefore remove deeply embedded barriers. This book examines the limited nature of this 'contact' and explains why the P2P framework, which was ostensibly concerned with the promotion of peace, ultimately served to reinforce conflict and power relations. The book is based on the author's own experience of the solidarity activities during the First Intifada and her first-hand involvement as a coordinator of the P2P projects implemented during the 1990s. It provides a much-needed critical account of the internationally-sponsored peace process and develops new theoretical analyses of settler colonialism.

Author Biography

Dr Nadia Naser-Najjab is a research fellow in Palestine Studies at the University of Exeter. Previously she was a visiting scholar in The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University and also taught at Birzeit University. She has published in journals such as the Middle East Journal and Contemporary Arab Affairs.
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January 23rd, 2020
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United Kingdom
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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