In a new blog post with Political Violence @ a Glance, I argue that the Trump Plan represents a paradigm shift from collaborative negotiation to coerced victory in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Although the plan presents the Israeli right's vision to end the conflict, Israelis may, in Trump’s terms, finally “get tired of winning” when they see what their “clear victory” has won them: a single state with a significant Palestinian population that no longer wants to negotiate with Israel as outsiders, but become part of it, as citizens.
Stories From the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science
My new co-edited volume with Ora Szekely on fieldwork is now available for pre-order. It features 42 personal stories from political scientists about their fieldwork: some funny, some dramatic, all fascinating and instructive. They reflect not only on their own experiences but also on larger questions of research ethics, responsibility, and how their personal and professional identities affect their fieldwork.
In a new blog post with my PhD student Tyler Parker in Political Violence @ A Glance, we explain the variety of intervention strategies utilized by states in Yemen's proxy wars, from the UAE's "in it to win it" approach, to Saudi Arabia's "holding action," to Iran's attempt to "feed the chaos."
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