The Palestinian Authority in the West Bank: The Theatrics of Woeful Statecraft. Jadaliyya interview with authors Pace and Sen

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Resumé

interview conducted by Jadaliyya journalist with RUC authors of new book on the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank. The theatrics of woeful statecraft
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato22 jul. 2019
Udgivelses stedASI (Arab Studies Institute)
UdgiverJadaliyya
UdgaveNEWTON
Vol/bindJuly 2019
Antal sider1
StatusUdgivet - 22 jul. 2019

Bibliografisk note

Michelle Pace is Professor (MSO) at Roskilde University’s Department of Social Sciences and Business. She is also Honorary Professor in Politics and International Studies at the University of Birmingham in the UK. Her research areas of interest include migration studies, memory studies, and emotions in IR.

Somdeep Sen is a postdoctoral researcher at Roskilde University. His research centers on spatial politics, settler colonialism, postcolonialism, and migration in the Middle East and Europe. He has published on the Israeli–Palestinian ‘conflict’ and co-edited a volume on Syrian refugee children’s journeys in exile (Routledge, 2018)

Emneord

  • West Bank
  • Palestine
  • occupied Palestinian territories
  • Palestinian Authority
  • theatrics
  • diplomacy
  • statecraft
  • state building
  • Performance Studies

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