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Raymond Cohen

and property treaty is still being negotiated. The relationship itself, which is supposed to fulfil the prom- ise of reconciliation between Catholics and Jews, has been ambivalent, and marked by recurrent contro- versy. This article surveys the issues currently under negotiation. It argues that the

Nationalism from the Left

The Bulgarian Communist Party during the Second World War and the Early Post-War Years

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Yannis Sygkelos

'Nationalism from the Left' analyses the case of the BCP as a Marxist institution which increasingly adopted and adapted nationalism; it contributes to the examination of the relatively underresearched field of communist national propaganda, as only in the last decade, have researchers become interested in this topic. It explains the reasons for this and provides evidence of the Party’s nationalism across a number of spheres of political life: domestic and foreign policy, school text books, historiography, festivities and symbols. Thus, the Marxist nationalist discourse of the BCP was all-encompassing. In contrast to many works on national communist parties, 'Nationalism from the Left' identifies many international parallels and presents an historical introduction to the reconciliation of Marxism and nationalism.

nonviolence and reconciliation. IFOR has observer and consultative status to the United Nations ECOSCO and UNESCO organisations. International Coordinator: Lucas JohnsonInternational Fellowship of Reconcil...

Decentering the “White Working Class”

A Critical Response to William E. Connolly’s Aspirational Fascism

Meghana Nayak

deep connections with or constitute Leftist activism. This affective suffering is deserving of careful attention. Also missing in his explanation of the role of affect is the important and crucial significance of reconciliation, that intangible, messy, thought-imbued feeling that one can actually move

Julius M. Rogenhofer

opportunity for national reconciliation. Instead, the President of the Turkish Republic, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, initiated a number of policies that would undermine effective democratic choice in Turkey. An essential element of President Erdogan’s post-coup attempt assault on democracy were a series of

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Edited by Alberto Gasparini

The Walls between Conflict and Peace discusses how walls are not merely static entities, but are in constant flux, subject to the movement of time. Walls often begin life as a line marking a radical division, but then become an area, that is to say a border, within which function civil and political societies, national and supranational societies. Such changes occur because over time cooperation between populations produces an active quest for peace, which is therefore a peace in constant movement. These are the concepts and lines of political development analysed in the book.
The first part of the book deals with political walls and how they evolve into borders, or even disappear. The second part discusses possible and actual walls between empires, and also walls which may take shape within present-day empires. The third part analyses various ways of being of walls between and within states: Berlin, the Vatican State and Italy, Cyprus, Israel and Palestine, Belfast, Northern European Countries, Gorizia and Nova Gorica, the USA and Mexico. In addition, discussion centres on a possible new Iron Curtain between the two Mediterranean shores and new and different walls within the EU. The last part of the book looks at how walls and borders change as a result of cooperation between the communities on either side of them.
The book takes on particular relevance in the present circumstances of the proliferation of walls between empires and states and within single states, but it also analyses processes of conflict and peace which come about as a result of walls.

Contributors are: Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti, Melania-Gabriela Ciot, Hastings Donnan, Anneli Ute Gabanyi, Alberto Gasparini, Maria Hadjipavlou, Max Haller, Neil Jarman, Thomas Lunden, Domenico Mogavero, Alejandro Palma, Dennis Soden.

Jodok Troy

- based diplomatic approaches may infuse those insights into today’s political reality, thereby incorporating important initiatives, such as reconciliation and forgiveness, into confl ict resolution. 1 Th is article examines the concept of faith-based diplomacy as declared track-two diplomacy in the con

Maximilian Jaede

-restraint in warfare, and reconciliation. In particular, it will be suggested that states could maintain largely peaceful relations based on an artificial equality of power, which has a contrary effect to the natural equality of individuals in the state of nature. Moreover, it will be shown that states could

Speaker, National Assembly; born: 1972; party: New Forces; political career: former student leader; involved in 2002 rebellion; served under reconciliation government of Charles Konan Banny; Prime Minister, 2007-12; Vice President, 2012; Speaker, Assemblée Nationale, 2012-; office address

Prime Minister, Government of Côte d'Ivoire; born: 10 February 1959; political career: Technical Adviser to the Prime Minister, 1990-93; Minister of State, Minister of Agriculture, National Reconciliation Government, 2003-05; Minister of Agriculture, 2006-10; Minister of State, Sec. Gen. of the