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Securitized Diplomacy: Israel's Jewish Identity and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process

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This article addresses the Israeli demand during the 2013–14 peace negotiations that Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state within the context of securitization theory. Contrary to many readings, this article argues the demand was not merely a tactical ploy to delay or derail the peace process but rather was part of a broader process of making Israel's Jewish identity a matter of national security. The application of securitization theory beyond the liberal nation-state is also examined.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2018

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