DIPLOMATS, EXPATS AND THE ISRAELI MOBILITY REGIME: Who Maintains Jerusalem Borders?

Abstract : This paper presents the beginning of a study on the management of Jerusalem entry permits by foreign consulates during the post Intifada period (2004-2013). Since they are regularly welcoming into their offices Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza, foreign consulates do apply recurrently for Jerusalem entry permits to the Israeli COGAT . Through this analysis, I wish to assess the role of these foreign institutions in maintaining the borders unilaterally imposed by Israel around the city.
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Cedric Parizot. DIPLOMATS, EXPATS AND THE ISRAELI MOBILITY REGIME: Who Maintains Jerusalem Borders?. 2014. ⟨halshs-01116264⟩

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