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  Do Fences Make Good Neighbours? An Analysis of Israel's Security Policy Choices
 
 
Titel: Do Fences Make Good Neighbours? An Analysis of Israel's Security Policy Choices
Auteur: Kilroy, Richard J.
Verschenen in: Contemporary security policy
Paginering: Jaargang 27 (2006) nr. 3 pagina's 397-416
Jaar: 2006-12
Inhoud: Is Israeli security best assured by strategic contraction or expansion? Does Israel's decision to build a security fence and the nation's security policies of contracting, rather than expanding, mark a major strategic shift in policy to make Israel more secure in the long run? Or should more attention be focused on the 2006 invasion of Lebanon as signalling a return to the older security policies based on expansion of the country's security sphere, placing Israel more in context with the American-led war on terrorism, with an emphasis on pre-emption to eliminate short-run terrorist threats? This article analyses Israel's recent security policy choices, especially the decision to erect the wall separating Israelis from Palestinians, combined with the unilateral withdrawal from Gaza in August 2005, followed by the decision to return to Gaza and invade Lebanon in July 2006. Did these events represent the failure of Israeli security initiatives of the early 2000s and a return to old security dynamics of expansion vs. contraction?
Uitgever: Routledge
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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