Scholarly Journals

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The following is a selection of articles that Moshe Dayan Center researchers have published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and other publications. 

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Anfal and Halabja Genocide: Lessons Not Learned

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Prof. Ofra Bengio, a Senior Research Fellow at MDC, published an article in "The Journal of the Middle East and Africa" about the Halabja genocide and the lessons learned from this Kurdish trauma.

The Islamic Movement in Israel

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Inbal Tal has published a book review in "Bustan: The Middle East Book Review" of Tilde Rosmer's "The Islamic Movement in Israel".

Israel and the Emerging Strategic Architecture in the Middle East

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Dr. Joshua Krasna from MDC and Hadar Lasry point to Israel’s changing perception of itself as an integral part of its region, not a “villa in the jungle” separate from it, and its increasing appetite for issue-specific alliances and collective security arrangements. This article is part of a special issue of "Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs", published by MDC's Hiwar Forum, with support from the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel office.

Saudi Arabia’s Reluctant Regionalism

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Dr. Brandon Friedman discusses the tension between Saudi Arabia’s aspirations for leadership in the region, and the necessity for it to act in concert with other regional actors to achieve its objectives, due to its vulnerability and military weakness. This article is part of a special issue of "Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs", published by MDC's Hiwar Forum, with support from the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel office.