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Construction nationale, territorialité, et diasporisation: le cas palestinien : -

Abstract : The Oslo Accords (1993) were expected to lead to the permanent settlement of the Palestinian (Arab) – Israeli conflict. Fifteen years later, the peace process is stalled. The failure of the Camp David peace talks in 2000 and the ensuing outbreak of the Intifada al-Aqsa have delayed the advent of the Palestinian state and the prospect of a settled solution of the refugee issue. Moreover, the Palestinians have undergone serious internal dissensions. These relate not only to the ongoing strife between the “nationalist” Fatah and the “Islamist” Hamas in the occupied Palestinian territories, but also to the widening gap between the Palestinian leadership focused on the development of these territories and the Palestinians of the Diaspora. Are we witnessing the disintegration of the Palestinian nation building process that had been launched by the PLO in the 1960s?
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Jalal Al Husseini, Aude Signoles. Construction nationale, territorialité, et diasporisation: le cas palestinien : -. Maghreb-Machrek, Eska, 2009, - (199), pp.23-42. ⟨halshs-00429831⟩



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