Not So Separate, Certainly Not Equal: A History of Partitions

By Royal Geographical Society (Map),

Arie Dubnov, professor of History and Israel Studies at the George Washington University, discusses his new book Partitions: A Transnational History of Twentieth-Century Territorial Separation.



This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse in Israel.

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One comment on “Not So Separate, Certainly Not Equal: A History of Partitions

  1. Avi says:

    So, in other words, partition does not work. Time to tell the Arabs that their silly dream of “Palestine” is not an option. They can move to Jordan or accept Israeli citizenship and start to do something useful.

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