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New Texts Out Now: Mandy Turner and Cherine Hussein, guest eds. "Israel-Palestine after Oslo: Mapping Transformations in a Time of Deepening Crisis." Special Issue of Conflict, Security & Development

Conflict, Security and Development, Volume 15, No. 5 (December 2015) Special issue: "Israel-Palestine after Oslo: Mapping Transformations in a Time of Deepening Crisis," Guest Editors: Mandy Turner and Cherine Hussein. Jadaliyya (J): What made you compile this volume? Mandy Turner (MT): Both the peace process and the two-state solution are dead. Despite more than twenty years of negotiations, Israel’s occupation, colonization and repression continue–and the ...

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Mandy Turner Mandy Turner is the Director of the Kenyon Institute in East Jerusalem, and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics’ Middle East Centre. From 2007-2012, she was a Lecturer in Conflict Resolution in the Peace Studies Department at Bradford University, UK. Her research and publications focus thematically on the political economy of war and peace, with a country specialism on Palestine.  Her publications include: The Politics of International Intervention: the Tyranny of Peace, (co-editor with Florian Kühn), Routledge, 2016; "Israel-Palestine after Oslo: Mapping Transformations in a Time of Deepening Crisis,” special issue of Conflict, Security and Development, Volume 15, No. 5 (December 2015) (co-editor with Cherine Hussein); Decolonizing Palestinian Political Economy: De-development and Beyond, (co-editor with Omar Shweiki), Basingstoke: PalgraveMacmillan, 2014; and Whose Peace?: Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding (co-editor with Michael Pugh and Neil Cooper), Basingstoke: PalgraveMacmillan, 2008. She was a founding member of the journal Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory; from 2007-2015 she was co-editor of the journal International Peacekeeping; and from 2015-2016; she served on the steering committee of the Political Economy Project.