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Title: The palestine question amid regional transformations
Authors: Khalidi, Rashid 
Khalidi, Ahmad Samih 
Khoury, Elias 
Mansour, Camille 
Candar, Cengiz 
Muir, Jim 
Sayigh, Yezid 
Keywords: Palestine - Politics and government;Palestine - History - Peace;Palestine - Foreign relations - Arab countries
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Journal of Palestine Studies
Abstract: For some time, the Journal of Palestine Studies’ sister quarterly, Majallat al-Dirasat al-Filastiniyya (MDF), has held small, open-ended roundtable discussions at the Institute for Palestine Studies (IPS) headquarters in Beirut to address issues of importance to Palestine and the Arab world, with a view to publishing the proceedings. On 15 December 2012, JPS followed suit, and in cooperation with MDF organized an English-language roundtable at the IPS Beirut headquarters to consider the impact, on Palestine, of the regional changes subsumed under the ‘‘Arab Spring’’ rubric. Participants ranged over an array of topics, including geopolitical changes at the global and regional levels; political, social, and intellectual trends from the Maghrib to the Gulf; and internal developments in several states, as well as within Palestinian communities in historic Palestine and the Diaspora. Especially noteworthy is the grounding of current developments in a historical framework evolving since World War I
DOI: 10.1525/jps.2013.42.2.71
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