Fragmented borders, interdependence and external relations : the Israel-Palestine-European Union triangle
Title: Fragmented borders, interdependence and external relations : the Israel-Palestine-European Union triangle
Editor(s): DEL SARTO, Raffaella A.
Citation: London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, Palgrave studies in international relations
This edited volume investigates the complex relations between Israel, the Palestinian territories and the European Union. They are considered as three entities that are linked to each other through various policies, bonds and borders, with relations between any two of the three parties affecting the other side. The contributors to this study explore different aspects of Israeli-Palestinian-European Union interconnectedness, including security cooperation; the movement of people; trade relations; information and telecommunication technology; legal borders defining different areas of jurisdiction; and normative borders in the context of conflict resolution and international law. By assessing the rules and practices that establish a web of interlocking functional and legal borders across this space, together with their implications, this volume adopts a novel perspective and sheds light on the complex patterns of interdependence and power asymmetries that exist across these fragmented borderlands.
Table of Contents:
-- Acknowledgements, pages ix–x -- Notes on Contributors, pages xi–xii -- Part I. Theoretical Framework, pages 1–2 -- Part II. Security, Sovereignty and People, pages 25–26 -- Part III. Economic Borders and Infrastructure, pages 65–66 -- Part IV. Legal and Normative Borders, pages 127–128 -- Part V. Conclusions, pages 179–180
Grant number: FP7/263277
Type of Access: openAccess