The ‘defending democracy’ in Israel – a framework of analysis
Society in Israel (Jerusalem: Keter, 2000) (Hebrew); Yishayahu Liebman, ‘Religion and Democracy in Israel’, in Ehud Sprinzak and Larry Diamond (eds), Israeli Democracy Under Stress (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1993), pp. 273–92.
46 Ephraim Yuchtman-Yaar and Tamar Hermann, ‘The Latitude of Acceptance: Israeli Attitudes toward Political Protest Before and After the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin’, Journal of ConflictResolution, 7:6 (1998), pp. 721–43.
47 Ilan Shahar, Haredim LTD (Jerusalem: Keter, 2000
the Arabs did not take part; Arab complaints of discrimination are not justified; The Israeli Government should encourage Arab emigration from Israel; Arabs are too demanding regarding anything to with their rights.’ (Cronbach’s Alpha = 0.783.) This index, which had been adapted for the Israeli context, is principally based on the Modern Racism Scale: John B. McConahay, Betty B. Hardee, and Valeri Batts, ‘Has Racism Declined in America? It Depends on Who is Asking and What Is Asked’, Journal of ConflictResolution, 25 (1981), pp. 563–79.
1994, see the tables in BMF, Finanzbericht 1998, p. 145.
49 Carl, Bund-Länder-Finanzausgleich, p. 68.
50 Fiscal Equalization Law, BGBl 1993, Teil I, pp. 980–981.
51 Carl, Bund-Länder-Finanzausgleich, p. 20.
52 For a review in English of financial developments in the period 1990 to 1995,
see Wolfgang Renzsch, “Financing German Unity: Fiscal ConflictResolution
in a Complex Federation,” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 28, no. 4
(Autumn 1998), pp. 127–146. A lengthy chapter by the same author in German provides an excellent and detailed review of financial and
72 Baranoviç, Changes in Secondary School Curricula, p. 7.
73 Author’s interview with Vesna Puhovski, 16 September 1999.
74 OSCE, ‘Special report on education’, p. 3.
75 Author’s interview with Vesna Puhovski.
76 Baranoviç, Changes in Secondary School Curricula, p. 7.
77 Baranoviç, Changes in Secondary School Curricula, p. 7.
78 OSCE, Special Report on Education, p. 8.
79 B. Baranoviç, I. Ivas and A. Hodziç, Education for Peace – A ConflictResolution Initiative
of someone nicknamed
“Macho,” the possibility of conflictresolution seemed
slim at best. The situation ended with Yoghurt falling backwards (or
being pushed), cracking his head, and permanently injuring his inner
0.1 The Vrankrijk legalized squat,
Discussions of the “Vrankrijk incident” in
the squatters’ scene were pervasive in the months following the
event. What exactly happened? Was it a crime or
self-defense? Who were the victims
promote peace in the region and created the Contadora Group (in January
1983) and later became known as the Rio Group (in 1986). Those early
The EU’s policy towards Mercosur
meetings were first designed to establish peace and had therefore an agenda
focused on democracy, peace, conflictresolution. (Dykmann 2006: 44)
The San José dialogue also brought into being a new set of institutionalized relationships between the EU and other regions (Smith 1995). However,
the institutionalized dialogues with the Rio Group became the most successful. By 1989, the