This volume of the Israeli Affairs Journal addresses two key themes. The first is the media in Israel and the second is the Jewish nation-state bill.
The contributors to the first theme address transformations of the media in Israel, its relation to capital and power, and the strategic impact of commercial journalism on Israeli media and the exclusion of partisan media. The experience and challenges of establishing a union for journalists in Israel is a key feature
This volume of the Israeli Affairs Journal addresses two key themes the first is the connotations of “Operation Protective Edge” and the second is the women and feminist movements in Israel.
This issue of the Israeli Affairs Journal is themed around “Israel - land, law, and ideology”.
The 54th issue incorporates seven articles, of which five are themed around the disputes over land which define the conflict between the Zionist project and the Arab Palestinians’ presence in the country. The articles show how manifestations of this conflict continue to exist, causing Palestinians to suffer in their daily
This issue of the Israeli Affairs Journal focuses on academic institutions, knowledge and politics in Israel.
The issue questions the relationship between reality and authority, power and knowledge, and politics and science. It incorporates six articles, of which four
This issue of the Israeli Affairs Journal focuses on “Israel and the regional context post Arab revolutions”.
The issue contains nine articles, of which six consider regional factors that are influencing the balance of powers in the Middle East. The articles explore the extent to which shifting internal transformations of powers in the region impact upon foreign policies, particularly toward Israel, and generally toward new potential regional alliances. The implications of internal developments in Iran, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria on their relationship with Israel and Israel’s relations with them are thus explored.