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Prof. Gadi Heimann

Office: 5326
02-5883169

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Research Areas: The History of Israel’s Foreign Policy, Great Power Status in the International System

Scientific Publications- Gadi Heimann:

Books and Edited Volumes:

1. Gadi Heimann, Franco-Israeli Relations, 1958-1967, (London: Routledge) (forthcoming 2017).

2. Gadi Heimann, The End of a Beautiful Friendship? France-Israel Relations under De Gaulle's Presidency (Jerusalem: Magness, 2016) (in Hebrew).


Edited Volumes

3. Gadi Heimann (ed.), New Perspectives on the History of International Relations (Jerusalem: Leonard Davis Institute, 2013) (in Hebrew).

Peer-reviewed Articles:

4. Gadi Heimann, "Divide and Rule: isral Tactics Regarding the Jerusalem Question, 1949-1950" Cold War History

5. Gadi Heimann, "The EEC Commission and the Negotiation for a Trade Agreement with Israel", Journal of European Integration, (forthcoming 2017). (

6. Guy Harpaz & Gadi Heimann, "Sixty Years of EU-Israeli Trade Relations: The Expectations-Delivery Gap", Journal of World Trade (Forthcoming June 2016) (J

7. Gadi Heimann, "A Case of Diplomatic Symbiosis: France, Israel and the French Colonies in Africa, 1958-1962", Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 51, No. 1, (2016), pp. 145-164.

8. Gadi Heimann, "The Struggle between the United States and Israel over Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's Capital, 1952-1967", International History Review, Vol. 37, No. 4, (2015), pp. 790-808.

9. Gadi Heimann, "The Need to be a Part of Europe: Israel's Struggle for an Association Agreement with the EEC, 1957-1961", Israel Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1, (Spring 2015), pp. 86-109.

10. Gadi Heimann, "What Does it Take to be a Great Power: The Story of France Joining the Big Five", Review of International Studies, Vol. 41, No. 1, (January 2015), pp. 185-206.

11. Gadi Heimann, "From 'Irresponsible' to 'Immoral': De Gaulle's perceptions of Israel and the Jews", Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 46, No. 4 (2011), pp. 897-919.

12. Gadi Heimann, "From Friendship to Patronage: France-Israel relations, 1958-1967", Diplomacy & Statecraft, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Summer 2010), pp. 240-258.

13. Gadi Heimann, "In search of a Route to World Power: General De Gaulle's the Soviet Unionand Israel in the Middle East Crisis of 1967”, International History Review, Vol. 32, No. 1 (March 2010), pp. 69-88.

14. Gadi Heimann, "Diverging Goals: The French and Israeli Pursuit of the Bomb," Israel Studies, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Summer 2010), pp. 104-126.

15. Oded Lowenheim and Gadi Heimann, "Revenge in International Relations", Security Studies, Vol. 17, No. 4 (Winter 2008), pp. 1-40.

16. Gadi Heimann and Oded Lowenheim, "Revenge and the Israeli Campaign in the Second Lebanese War", Politika, Vol. 17, (Winter 2008), pp. 97-110 (In Hebrew).


Chapters in Collective Volumes:

17. Gadi Heimann, "Israel, France and the Jerusalem Question", in Gadi Heimann (ed.), New Perspectives on the History of International Relations (Jerusalem: Leonard Davis Institute, 2013) (in Hebrew), pp. 34-49.

18. Gadi Heimann, "A Hot Summer: France, Israel and the Middle East Crisis in 1958", in Christian Nuenlist, Anna Locher, Garret Martin (eds.), Globalizing De Gaulle: International Perspectives on De Gaulle's Foreign Policies, (Rowman and Littlefield, 2010) in the Harvard Cold War Project book series.

 

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Dr. Lior Herman

MA Program Advisor
Office: 5323
02-5883174
Monday, 14:30-16:00

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Research Areas: International Trade, Trade in Services, Energy and Geopolitics, Regulation

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Prof. Piki Ish-Shalom

Office: 5302
02-5883147
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Main Publications:
 
Book:
‎– Beyond the Veil of Knowledge: Triangulating Security, Democracy, and Academic   
            Scholarship (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2019).
 
– Democratic Peace: A Political Biography (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 
            2013) (Winner of the 2014 Ernst-Otto Czempiel Award by the Peace Research  
            Institute Frankfurt). 
 
Articles:
– “Time is Politics: Temporalising Justifications for War and the Political within Moral  
              Reasoning,” Journal of International Relations and Development, 19, 1 (January  
              2016): 126-152. 
 
– “Conceptual Relics, Mutual Assured Evilness, and the Struggle ‎over Israeli Public  ‎
‎              Commonsense,” International Politics, 51, 4 (July 2014): 543-560 (contribution to a  
               special ‎issue on Evil in International Politics).‎
 
– “Defining by Naming: Israeli Civic Warring over the Second Lebanon War,” European  
             Journal of International Relations, 17, 3 (September 2011): 475-493.
 
– “Theoreticians' Obligation of Transparency: When Parsimony, Reflexivity, Transparency, 
             and Reciprocity Meet,” Review of International Studies, 37, 3 (July 2011): 973-996. 
 
– “Three Dialogic Imperatives in International Relations Scholarship: A Buberian Program,”    
             Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39, 3 (May 2011): 825-844 
             (contribution to a special ‎issue on International Relations in Dialogue).
 
– “Theorizing Politics, Politicizing Theory, and the Responsibility that 
              Runs Between," Perspectives on Politics, 7, 2 (June 2009): 303-316. 
 
– “Theorization, Harm, and the Democratic Imperative: Lessons from the Politicization of  
             the Democratic-Peace Thesis," International Studies Review, 10, 4 (December 2008):  
             680-692 (contribution to a special issue on Responsible Scholarship in International 
             Relations).
 
– “The Rhetorical Capital of Theories: The Democratic Peace and the Road to the Roadmap,”  
             International Political Science Review, 29, 3 (June 2008): 281-301.
 
– “The Civilization of Clashes: Misapplying the Democratic Peace in the Middle East,” 
            Political Science Quarterly, 12, 4 (Winter 2007-08): 533-554.
 
–  “Theory as a Hermeneutical Mechanism: The Democratic Peace and the Politics of  
           Democratization,” European Journal of International Relations, 12, 4 (December 
            2006): 565-598.
 
–  “The Triptych of Realism, Elitism, and Conservatism,” International Studies  
           Review, 8, 3 (September 2006): 441-468.
 
– “Theory gets Real, and the Case for a Normative Ethic: Rostow, Modernization 
            Theory, and the Alliance for Progress,” International Studies Quarterly, 50, 2 
            (June 2006): 287-311.
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Chapters in Books:
 
– “‎Democracy,”‎ in‎ Felix Berenskoetter, ed., Concepts of World Politics (London: Sage, 
           2016), pp. 217-232.
 
– “Zooming In Zooming Out: Reflexive Engagements‎,” in ‎Jack L. Amoureux and Brent J. 
           Steele, eds., Reflexivity and International Relations: Positionality, Critique, and 
           Practice ‎(New York: Routledge: 2015), pp. 83-101‎.‎
 
‎‎‎– “Away from the Heart of Darkness: Transparency and Regulating the Relationships  ‎
‎             Between Security Experts and Security Sectors,” in Trine Villumsen ‎Berling  ‎
‎             and Christian Büger, eds., Capturing Security Expertise ‎(New York: Routledge: 
             2015)‎, pp. 228-244.
 
– “Conceptualizing Democratization and Democratizing Conceptualization: A Virtuous  
             Circle,” in Christopher Hobson and Milja Kurki, eds., The Conceptual Politics of  
             Democracy Promotion (New York: Routledge: 2011), pp. 38-52.
 
– “Political Constructivism: The Political Construction of Social Knowledge,” in Corneliu  
             Bjola and Markus Kornprobst, eds., Arguing Global Governance: Agency, Lifeworld  
             and Shared Reasoning (New York: Routledge: 2010), pp. 231-246.
 
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Prof. Arie Kacowicz

Office: 5312
02-5883157

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Research Areas: International Relations Theory, The Normative Dimension in International Relations, Peace Research, International Relations of Latin America, Globalization

List of main publications:

Peaceful Territorial Change (University of South Carolina Press: Columbia, SC, 1994).

"Explaining Zones of Peace: Democracies as Satisfied Powers?", Journal of Peace Research 33: 265-276. 

Zones of Peace in the Third World: South America and West Africa in Comparative Perspective (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1998). 

"Regionalization, Globalization, and Nationalism: Convergent, Divergent, or Overlapping?", Alternatives 24: 527-556. 

"Rashomon in Jerusalem: Mapping the Israeli Negotiators' Psotion in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process, 1993-2001," International Studies Perspectives 6: 252-273. 

Stable Peace among Nations  [co-edited with Yaacov Bar-Siman Tov, Ole Elgstrom, and Magnus Jerneck] (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000).

The Impact of Norms in International Society: The Latin American Experience, 1881-2001 (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005).

"Global Governance, International Order, and World Order," in David Levi-Faur (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Governance (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 686-698.

Globalization and the Distribution of Wealth: The Latin American Experience, 1982-2008  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).

Routledge Handbook of Latin American Security [co-edited with David Mares] (London: Routledge, 2016). 

"Regional Security Governance" [with Galia Press-Bar-Nathan], in Tanja Boerjel and Thomas Risse (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016). 

"Why Don't We Have Coherent Theories of International Relations about Globalization?", Global Governance 22 (2) [with Mor Mitrani]

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Dr. Guy Laron

BA Program Advisor - Semester B
Office: 5310
02-5883155
Monday, 16:00-17:00
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Research Areas: Arab-Israeli Conflict, The Cold War, Military History, International Political Economy, Globalization, Third World 
 

A. Peer-reviewed Publications

Books

The Six-Day War: The Breaking of the Middle East, (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2017) 

Origins of the Suez Crisis: Postwar Development Diplomacy and the Struggle over Third World Industrialization, 1945-1956, (Woodrow Wilson Center Press / Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013).

Articles

"'Logic dictates that they may attack when they feel they can win': the Egyptian Army, the 1955 Czech-Egyptian Arms Deal and the Israeli Intelligence, 1955-1956," Middle East Journal, (Winter, 2009).
"Playing with Fire: the Soviet-Israeli-Syrian Triangle, 1965-1967," Cold War History, (May 2010).
"Stepping Back from the Third World: Soviet Policy toward the United Arab Republic, 1965-1967," Journal of Cold War Studies, (Fall 2010).

“Surveying the Revolutionary Arc,” Roundtable Essay, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 43, No.2, (May 2011), pp. 323-325.

“Semi-Peripheral Countries and the Invention of the “Third World,” 1955-1965,” Third World Quarterly,(November 2014).

"The Domestic Sources of Israel's Decision to Launch the 1956 Sinai Campaign," British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, (2015).

"The Cold War in the Arab World, 1965-1969," in Lorenz Luthi, ed., Turning Points in the Cold War, (Washington, D.C. and Stanford CA: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Stanford University Press, 2015).

B. Other Essays

“Cutting the Gordian knot: The Post WWII Egyptian Quest for Arms and the 1955 Czech Arms Deal”, Cold War International History Project, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, working paper #55,(Washington, DC, February 2007).

Op-Eds

“Goldman Sachs Faces Test Years After Memos Touted Now Faltering Economies,” The Guardian, 13 September 2015.

“The Bubble of Emerging Markets Pops,” History News Network, 27 August 2015.

 

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Dr. Devorah Manekin

PhD Programs Advisor
Head of The Davis Graduate School of International Relations (TELEM IR)
Room 5313, Reception hours: Tuesday, 14:30-15:30
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Publications:
 
“The Political Legacies of Combat: Attitudes towards War and Peace among Israeli Ex-Combatants,”
2015. International Organization 69(4) 981-1009. With Guy Grossman and Dan Miodownik.
 
“Violence against Civilians in the Second Intifada: The Moderating Effect of Armed Group
Structure on Opportunistic Violence." 2013. Comparative Political Studies 46(10), 1273-1300.
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Prof. Galia Press-Barnathan

Office: 5305
02-5883150

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Research Areas: Regional Cooperation, International Relations Theory, Popular Culture and IR.

 

Books

Galia Press-Barnathan. Organizing the World – The United States and Regional

Cooperation in Asia and Europe (New York: Routledge, 2003).  

Galia Press-Barnathan. The Political Economy of Transitions to Peace (Pittsburgh University Press,  2009).  

 

Articles

Galia Press-Barnathan (2000/1). “The Lure of Regional Security Arrangements: The United States and Regional Security Cooperation in Asia and Europe”. Security Studies Vol.10 (2), pp.49-97.

Galia Press-Barnathan (June 2004). “The War in Iraq and International Order – From Bull to Bush”. International Studies Review Vol. 6(2), pp. 195-212.

Galia Press-Barnathan (September 2005). “The Changing Incentives for Security Regionalization- From 119 to 911,” Cooperation and Conflict Vol.40 (3): 281-304.

Galia Press-Barnathan (May/June 2006) “Managing the Hegemon: Alliances under Unipolarity”. Security Studies.

Galia Press-Barnathan (May 2006). “Economic Cooperation and Transition to Peace- The Neglected Dimension of Commercial Liberalism”. Journal of Peace Research Vol.43(3)

Galia Press-Barnathan (June 2014) " The impact of regional dynamics on US policy toward regional security arrangements in East Asia" International Relations of Asia-Pacific Vol.14 (3): 357-392.

Galia Press-Barnathan (2016). "Thinking about the Role of Popular Culture in International Conflicts", International Studies Review 10.1093/isr/viw030.

 

Chapters in books

Galia Press-Barnathan, “Western Europe, NATO and the U.S.: Leash-Slipping, not Leash-Cutting”, in: Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse (eds.,) To Support, Follow, or Challenge: The Limits of Hegemony and the Rise of the Rest (Stanford University Press,  2012) 

Galia Press-Barnathan, Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse,  Ch.1 “The Leader Can’t Lead When the Followes Won’t Follow: The Limitations of Hegemony”, in Kristen Williams, Steven Lobell and Neal Jesse (eds.,) To Support, Follow, or Challenge: The Limits of Hegemony and the Rise of the Rest (Stanford University Press, 2012)

Galia Press-Barnathan,  “Popular Culture and Soft Power”  in: Nissim Otmazgin and Eyal Ben-Ari (eds.,) Popular Culture and the State in East and South East Asia (Routledge, 2012).

Galia Press-Barnathan, "The (de)Construction of “Economic Peace”- “Economic Peace” Strategies in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Between Theory and Reality" (with Mor Mitrani), in: Lutmar Carmela and Miller Benjamin (eds.,) Regional peacemaking and conflict management- A comparative perspective (Routledge 2015.)

Galia Press-Barnathan, " Economic Statecraft of Transitions to Peace: France, Germany and Poland" in: Ripsman Norrin and Lobell Steven (eds.,) The political economy of peacemaking[?] (Michigan University Press, 2016).

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Dr. Or Rabinowitz

Office: 5326
02-5883154
Monday 12:00-13:00

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Research Areas: Nuclear Proliferation, Nuclear Weapon History, US-Israel Relations

 

Forthcoming articles:

  • Or Rabinowitz, (2020), ‘Arrow’ mythology revisited:  the curious case of the Reagan administration, Israel and SDI cooperation, accepted for publication on 26 January 2021, The International History Review. 

Recently published: 

  • Giordana Pulcini, Or Rabinowitz; An Ounce of Prevention—A Pound of Cure? The Reagan Administration’s Nonproliferation Policy and the Osirak RaidJournal of Cold War Studies 2021; doihttps://doi.org/10.1162/jcws_a_01007
  • Or Rabinowitz, (2019) The dilemma of a ‘trigger happy’ protégé – Israel, France and President Carter’s Iraq policy, Journal of Strategic Studies, Published online: 11 July 2019. 
  • Or Rabinowitz, (2019) ‘When Pigs Fly’: Britain, Canada and Nuclear Exports to Israel, 1958-1974, Diplomacy & Statecraft, 30:4, 707-728.

List of publications

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

  • Or Rabinowitz, ‘Signed, sealed but never delivered: Why Israel did not receive Nixon’s promised nuclear power plants’, The International History Review, (2018), Vol 40, issue 5, pp. 1014-1033, published on-line on 23 February 2018
  • Rabinowitz O, Sarkar J. ‘It isn’t over until the fuel cell sings’: A reassessment of the US and French pledges of nuclear assistance in the 1970s. Journal of Strategic Studies [Internet]. 2017;40 (5) :1-26. 
  • Or Rabinowitz and Nicholas L. Miller, Keeping the Bombs in the Basement: U.S. Nonproliferation Policy toward Israel, South Africa, and Pakistan, International Security, Summer 2015, Vol. 40, No. 1, Pages 47-86
  • (James Cameron and Or Rabinowitz, Eight Lost Years? Nixon, Ford, Kissinger and the Non-Proliferation Regime, Journal of Strategic Studies (Published on-line, 5 January 2016

BOOKS

  • Or Rabinowitz, Bargaining on Nuclear Tests: Washington and its Cold War Deals, Oxford: UK, Oxford University Press, 2014

OTHER PUBLICATIONS and OP-EDS

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Prof. Daniel Schwartz

Office: 5311
02-5883148
Monday, 11:00-12:00 (First Semester)

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Research Areas: Just War Theory, History of Just War Theory, Global Justice, Political Philosophy

I am an Associate Professor at the Departments of Political Science and International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I work on the on the areas of political philosophy and its history, as well as contemporary just war and history of ethics with a concentration on the medieval scholastic and early modern late scholastic philosophers/theologians. My latest book is The Political Morality of the Late-Scholastics: Civic Life, War and Peace.  You can read some of my latest articles at https://danielschwartz3.wixsite.com/website-1
 
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