» » The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Peace Politics in the Middle East)
eBook The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Peace Politics in the Middle East) download
Other
Author: Simon Haddad
ISBN: 1903900468
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 179 pages
Publisher Sussex Academic Press (June 1, 2003)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 484
ePUB size: 1352 kb
FB2 size: 1649 kb
DJVU size: 1868 kb
Other formats: azw lit mbr rtf

eBook The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Peace Politics in the Middle East) download

by Simon Haddad


Syria also plays a key role in the Middle East peace process, acting at times as a "spoiler" by sponsoring Palestinian militants and facilitating the rearmament of Hezbollah. At other times, it has participated in substantive negotiations with Israel, most recently in 1999-2000. A September 6 Israeli air strike against an alleged nascent Syrian nuclear facility heightened an already tense atmosphere between the two countries, though most experts believe that neither side desires a new war.

This book investigates the social and political orientation of ordinary Lebanese citizens toward the Palestinian presence in Lebanon, as well as the Palestinian refugees' perceptions of their situation and status. Of all the countries hosting Palestinians, Lebanon confronts probably the most sensitive and serious problems. After two decades of civil war, the Palestinian presence has been the subject of much controversial debate.

The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Studies in Peace Politics in the .

The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Studies in Peace Politics in the Middle East). Palestinian Refugees and Identity: Nationalism, Politics and the Everyday (Library of Modern Middle East Studies). Palestinian NGOs in Israel: The Politics of Civil Society (Library of Modern Middle East Studies).

Palestinians Palestiniens Refugees Resettlement Arab-Israeli peace Integration. The socio-economic conditions of the Palestinians in Lebanon: The housing situation of the Palestinians in Lebanon. Journal of Refugee Studies, 10(3). Cette étude vise à examiner les points de vue des répondants libanais sur l’établissement des réfugiés palestiniens dans le pays. Adorno, . Frenkel-Brunswick, . Levinson, . & Sanford, N. (1950).

The book is about the attitudes of Palestinian refugees and Lebanese towards each other, and whether resettlement in Lebanon is a viable option. An overwhelming majority of the study’s respondents were opposed to permanent resettlement in Lebanon. Date of Publication Summer 2005.

The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration, by Simon Haddad. Brighton, UK and Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press, 2003. William Harris sets the scene and provides a perspective of the Levant from a longue duree.

Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon (HB @ PB Price) : The Politics of Refugee Integration.

book by Simon Haddad. Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon (HB @ PB Price) : The Politics of Refugee Integration.

7 Simon Haddad, The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2003)

7 Simon Haddad, The Palestinian Impasse in Lebanon: The Politics of Refugee Integration (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2003).

Middle East economic integration. Right of return of Palestinian refugees living in the Palestinian diaspora

Middle East economic integration. Alliance for Middle East Peace. Peres Center for Peace Israeli views on the peace process. Main article: Israeli views on the peace process. Right of return of Palestinian refugees living in the Palestinian diaspora. From the Israeli perspective, a key concern is security, and whether the major Palestinian figures and institutions are in fact trying to fight terrorism and promote tolerance and co-existence with Israel.

Israel, Palestine and the Politics of Race . Democracy in Lebanon. Palestinian protesters are injured as a result of Israeli occupation forces using live ammunition and rubber-coated metal bullets to disperse unarmed demonstrators in the Gaza Strip on 12 January 2018.

This book investigates the social and political orientation of ordinary Lebanese citizens toward the Palestinian presence in Lebanon, as well as the Palestinian refugees' perceptions of their situation and status. Of all the countries hosting Palestinians, Lebanon confronts probably the most sensitive and serious problems. After two decades of civil war, the Palestinian presence has been the subject of much controversial debate. Large-scale resettlement would further erode the country's precarious demographic composition, and for a multi-confessional state that recognizes the primacy of religious communities, Palestinian refugee resettlement policy must satisfy all communities to be workable. In particular, most Lebanese groups should see resettlement as benefiting Lebanese society and in line with their country's national interest. Current minimal social integration and weak inter-communal bonds between Lebanese and Palestinian groups are a major obstacle to achieving resettlement without disrupting peaceful coexistence. While the main focus is the measurement of socio-political attitudes toward Palestinians, other important issues are also addressed. If economic conditions improve as a result of Palestinian resettlement in the context of an aid/development package, would this reduce social distance and hence opposition for resettlement? And in relation to the maximalist claim for Palestinian resettlement in Israel, the concern about demographic balance voiced by the Maronite Christian opposition is similar to the concerns of the Jewish state. In addressing an important, current humanitarian issue, this book tackles common conceptions about attitudes toward Palestinian permanent settlement in Lebanon. The findings not only contribute to the larger debate on Palestinian refugee resettlement throughout the Middle East, but they also provide a wealth of new data and original and insightful analysis.