By Nigel Parsons
This ebook explores the improvement of the Palestinian Liberation association (PLO) from a liberation flow to a countrywide authority, the Palestinian nationwide Authority (PNA).
Based on extensive fieldwork within the West financial institution, Gaza and Cairo, Nigel Parsons analyzes Palestinian inner politics and their institutional-building via the improvement of the PLO. Drawing on interviews with best figures within the PLO and the Palestinian Authority, delegates to the negotiations with Israel, and the Palestinian political competition, it's a well timed account of the Israel/Palestine clash from a Palestinian political perspective.
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Additional resources for The Politics of the Palestinian Authority: From Oslo to Al-Aqsa
22 Moreover, the fact that the PLO itself was forced to operate on the territory of other sovereign states had complicated consequences of its own. The need to establish secure sanctuaries brought the Palestinian guerrillas into conflict with the Arab governments concerned and invited punitive Israeli reprisals, increasing the burden on civilian populations and national economies. Opposition to the presence of these sanctuaries from government quarters or communities prompted the guerrillas to seek protection through developing their military capabilities, invoking the help of external allies and building alliances with local parties and social forces.
14 2003 Partial: Contracted by IDF reinvasion, divided by increased settler-colonialism and closure. Boundaries of September 28, 2000, still recognized. Roadmap contains option of state with temporary borders. Partial: Diminished in Palestine; contradictions of Oslo and colonization evident in al-Aqsa intifada. Income differentials and consumption provide a source of social strain. S. and international acceptance of PA as an intermediate step toward statehood. Roadmap codifies that and adds conditional Israeli consent.
Opposition to the presence of these sanctuaries from government quarters or communities prompted the guerrillas to seek protection through developing their military capabilities, invoking the help of external allies and building alliances with local parties and social forces. 24 The Arab states in question are primarily those in the front line with Israel: Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Egypt. They might also be divided into the states with radical regimes such as Egypt under Nasir, Syria, and Iraq, and the conservative, pro-Western states such as Jordan and Lebanon, together with the oil-based regimes in the Gulf, dependent upon the West in general and the United States in particular as a market for oil exports and a supplier of military equipment and protection.
The Politics of the Palestinian Authority: From Oslo to Al-Aqsa by Nigel Parsons