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Israel Studies Review
Volume 37/2022, 3 issues p.a.
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Volume 38 Issue 2
Gad Barzilai (1958–2023)
Oded Haklai and Adia Mendelson-Maoz
Special Issue: Oslo: Three Decades Later
Raffaella A. Del Sarto and Menachem Klein
A Very Personal Breakthrough: Interpersonal Trust and the Oslo Channel
David J. Wilcox
What Role Did Norway Really Play in The Oslo Process?: A Case Study in Small-State Mediation
Fride Lia Stensland
Denmark's Engagement in the Oslo Peace Process
“The Dreamers of Lost Dreams”: The Oslo Accords and the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin on Screen (1994–2015)
Marcella Simoni The Evolution of Narratives on the Oslo Process among Palestinian-Arab Political Elites in Israel
Oslo and the Shifting Paradigms of the Human Rights Community in Israel and Palestine
The Oslo Accords and Israel–Africa Relations
I'm Hopeless but I Still Have Hope: Hiloni Millennial Attitudes to Oslo and Its Aftermath
Neil Rogachevsky, Yusri Hazran, Inbal Ben Asher Gitler, Eran Kaplan, and Motti Inbari