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The history of modern Israel and the Israel–Palestinian/Arab conflict is a fiercely contested subject as ideologically-charged narratives and counter-narratives battle for dominance not just in Israel itself but throughout the world. The conflict has continued for more than 100 years making it one of the world’s most important, and at times, most dangerous unresolved international conflicts. In Mythologies Without End, Jerome Slater examines the history of this conflict from its onset at the end of WWI through the Netanyahu era, and analyzes myths surrounding the US relationship with Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that have prolonged the conflict and had devastating consequences to all of the involved parties. Slater argues that deconstructing the many mythologies is a necessary first step toward solving the Arab-Israeli conflict, and his book opens space for new approaches in hopes of spurring the policy changes needed to constructively end the conflict.
Jerome Slater is a retired political science professor, who taught at Ohio State University (1963-1966) and the State University of New York at Buffalo (1967-1999). He was the Fulbright Lecturer in Political Science at Haifa University in 1989, and has lectured in Israel on other occasions. He is the author of three books and over fifty articles in professional journals, national magazines, and newspapers including New Republic, Dissent, Huffington Post, Buffalo News, Christian Science Monitor, Tikkun, and Yale Review, among others.
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