The Middle East Conflict in the Context of Tribal Disputes

Cohen, Jack
July 2011
Group Decision & Negotiation;Jul2011, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p373
Academic Journal
In this commentary it is suggested that understanding and hence resolution of the Middle East conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs could be better served by considering it a tribal conflict.


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