This chapter examines the nature of the interrelations between morality and occupation. It leaves open the possibility that the implications of this are not a result of one-way causal relations, but perhaps of a two-way interaction. Dascal presents an open-ended, innovative, multi-perspective and multi-disciplinary approach that could pave the way to progress in finding a resolution to a conflict that has been described as "an ostensibly intractable ethno-national conflict".
|Title of host publication||The Impacts of Lasting Occupation|
|Subtitle of host publication||Lessons from Israeli Society|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|State||Published - 24 Jan 2013|
- Human rights