February 5, 2013

Israel, Palestine and the Mapping of Power

Tristram Hunt, The Guardian

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In portraying politics rather than geography, Ramallah and Jerusalem are displaying instincts as ancient as Ptolemy.

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TAGGED: Jerusalem, Settlements, Palestinians, Middle East, Palestine, Israel

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