Joel Peters

Joel Peters

Joel Peters

2012 -              Full Professor, Government and International Affairs, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech, USA.

2014 -             Policy Fellow, Mitvim, The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies

2012-              Affiliate Professor, Dept. of Politics and Government and Senior Research Fellow, Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society,                                                                    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

2006 -2012      Associate Professor, Government and International  Affairs, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech, USA.

2002-2007       (Founding) Director. Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
 
1999-2007       Senior Lecturer, (tenured) Department of Politics and Government, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

1990– 96         Associate Research Fellow, Middle East Programme, The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), London, UK.

1989-99           Lecturer (tenured) in International Relations, Department of Politics, The University of Reading, UK.

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
 
2013-16           Visiting Research Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

2005-06           Visiting Scholar, Institute for Conflict Analyses and Resolution (ICAR), George Mason University.
 
1996 -97          Visiting Scholar, Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace,  Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1988 -89         Visiting Scholar, Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace,  Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1987-89           Lady Davis Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1986-87           Visiting Scholar, Center for International Strategic Affairs (CISA), University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
2016-               Chair, Government and International Affairs Program, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech, USA.

2002-2007       (Founding) Director. Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

1994-98           Director of International Studies, Graduate School of European and International Studies, The University of Reading, UK.
D.Phil., International Relations, St. Antony’s College, Oxford, 1988

 
Books (6)
6.         Israel and the World (manuscript under contract with Rowman and Littlefield Publishers – completion December 2016)

 5.         Israel and the European Union:  A Documentary History with Sharon Pardo (Lexington Books, 2012)

4.         Uneasy Neighbors:  Israel and the European Union, with Sharon Pardo (Lexington Books, 2010)

3.         Introduction to International Relations with R.J.Barry.Jones, Peter Jones, and Ken Dark (Manchester University Press,  2001)
 
2.         Pathways to Peace: The Multilateral Arab-Israeli Peace Talks (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1996)

1.         Israel and Africa: The Problematic Friendship  (London: British Academic Press/I.B. Tauris, 1992)

Monographs (1)
 
1.         Building Bridges:  The Multilateral Arab-Israeli Talks (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1994)
 
Edited Books (4)
 
4.         Understanding Israel:  Political, Societal and Security Challenges (with Rob Pinfold) under contract with Routledge – completion December 2016.

3.         Co-editor The Routledge Handbook on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (with David Newman, Routledge, 2013). Paperback version published in 2015.

2.         The Europe Union and the Arab Spring: Promoting Human Rights and Democracy in the Middle East (Lexington Books, 2012)

1.         Whither Israel:  The  Domestic Challenges  (with Keith Kyle - London:  I.B.Tauris/ Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1993)Revised and updated  paperback        version published in 1994
            Published in Japan  as Isuraeru Wa Doko e Yuku?  National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA),  Research Report No. 930016.
Chapters in Books (23)
23.         (forthcoming) ‘Israel and the World’ in Gisela Dachs (Ed.), Länderbericht Israel, (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn 2016)

22.         ‘Kibbutz Revisited’, in Gisela Dachs (ed.), Alter- Jüdischer Almanach. (Frankfurt: Jüdischer Verlag 2013), pp. 75-83.

21.       ‘Introduction:  Understanding the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’ in Joel Peters and David Newman (eds.)The Routledge Handbook on the Israeli-                                Palestinian Conflict (Routledge, 2012), pp. 1-8.

20.       ‘Europe and the Arab Spring’ in Joel Peters (ed.) The Europe Union and the Arab Spring: Promoting Human Rights and Democracy in the Middle East               (Lexington Books, 2012), pp. xi-xxi.

19.       ‘Israel’ in Joel Peters (ed.) The Europe Union and the Arab Spring: Promoting Human Rights and Democracy in the Middle East (Lexington Books, 2012, pp. 73-93.

18.       ‘Israel and the Third World’ in Alain Dieckhoff (ed.) The companion to Modern Israel (Routledge, 2012), pp. 246-52.

17.       ‘The Gaza Disengagement’ in Joel Peters and David Newman (eds.)The Routledge Handbook on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Routledge, 2012), pp.                    196-206.

16.       ‘The Camp David Summit’ in Joel Peters and David Newman eds.)The Routledge Handbook on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Routledge, 2012), pp.69-78.

15.       ‘Israel’s Disengagement from Gaza: A Failure of Planning or a Faulty Impementation’ in Richard Caplan (ed,), Exit Strategies and Peace Consolidation                 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 224-241.

14.       ‘Israel and the Palestinian Refugee Question’ in Elizabeth Matthews (ed.) The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Parallel Discourses, (London, Routledge,                        2011), pp. 21-35.

13.       ‘Israel. Europe and Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: From Divergence to Convergence’ in Stelios Stavridis and Natividad Fernandez Sola,  Factores                        Politicos Y De Seguridad En El Area Euro-Mediterranea (University Of Zaragoza Press, 2009), pp. 149-171.

12.        ‘Israel and the Third World’ in Alain Dieckhoff (ed.) L’Etat Israel,  (Paris: Fayard,  2008)

11.       ‘Practices and their Failure: Arab- Israeli Relations and the Barcelona Process’ in Emanuel Adler, Federica Bicchi, Beverly Crawford  and Raffaella A. Del               Sarto, The Convergence of Civilizations: Constructing a Mediterranean Region (University of Toronto, 2006) pp. 212-239.

10.       (with Orit Gal), ‘International Intervention for Conflict Management and Resolution’ in Mark A. Heller and Rosemary Hollis’ Israel and the                                        Palestinians:  Israeli Policy Options, (London:  Royal Institute for International Affairs, 2005), pp. 73-99.
Published in Hebrew in “Israel Ve’Hapalestinayim:  Halufot Ve’Medinut Le’Israel”, (Tel Aviv: Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies. 2005), pp. 53-66.

9.         (with Gisella Dachs)  “Israel and Europe:  The   Troubled Relationship Between Perception and Reality” in Roby Nathanson and Stephan Stetter (eds.)                    Israel and Europe; A Reader (Tel Aviv:  Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2005) pp. 317-333.

8.         ‘Europe and Arab-Israeli Peace Process’  in Sven Behrendt and Christian-Hanelt (eds.) Bound to Cooperate - Europe and the Middle East (Gutersloh:                      Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, 2000) pp. 150-172.
 
7.         'Resurrecting Middle East Peace Prospects', in Strategic Survey 1999/2000 (London: International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2000) pp.159-174.
 
6.         'Europe and the Middle East Peace Process' in Stelios Stravridis et al The Foreign Policies of Southern European States  (London: Macmillan, 1999), pp.                295-316.

5.         'The Emergence of Regional Co-operation in the Middle East' in  The Middle East in the Post Peace Process: The Emerging Regional Order and its                          International Implications  (Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies, 1996), pp. 75-117.

4.         'The Multilateral Dimension of the  Arab-Israeli Peace Process' in  Richard Gillespie (ed.) Mediterranean Politics  Yearbook  Volume. 2 (London: Pinter,                1996), pp. 26-40.

3.         'The Nature of Israeli Politics and Society' in Keith Kyle and Joel Peters Whither Israel:  The  Domestic Challenges  (London:  I.B.Tauris/ Royal Institute                of International Affairs, 1994),  pp. 1-20.

2.         'Zionism' in Michael Foley (ed.) Ideas that Make Politics (Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 1994), pp. 155-161.

1.         The Return of Israel to Africa' in Steven Wright  and Janice Brownfoot (eds.) Africa in World Politics  (London:  Macmillan, 1987)

Chapters in Yearbooks and Encyclopedias (9)

9.         Entry on 'Israel' The Annual Register 2001 A Record of World Events  (London: Cartermill, 2002,) pp. 218-221.

8.          Entry on 'Israel' The Annual Register 2000 A Record of World Events (London: Cartermill, 2001), pp. 207-211.
           
7.          Entries on 'Middle East and North Africa Economic Summits',  (pp. 1016-17) 'Middle East Regional Development Bank,  (p. 1017);
Regional Economic Development Working Group'  (p. 1326  in Encyclopedia of International Political Economy (London: Routledge, 2001)
 
6.          Entry on 'Israel' The Annual Register 1999 A Record of World Events  (London: Cartermill, 2000), pp. 193-196.

5.         Entry on 'Israel' in The Annual Register 1998: A Record of World Events  (London: Cartermill,1999,) pp. 217-221.

4.         Entry on 'Israel' in The Annual Register 1997: A Record of World Events (London: Cartermill,1998,) pp. 202-206.

3.         Entry on 'Israel' in Annual Register  1996: A Record of World Events  (London: Cartermill, 1997),  pp. 197-201.

2.          Entry on 'Israel' in The Annual Register 1995: A Record of World Events    (London: Cartermill, 1996), pp.  200-204.

1.          Entry on 'Israel' in The Annual Register 1994: A Record of World Events  (London: Longman, 1995),  pp. 216-220.
 
Published Reports and Papers (9)
9.         ‘Flashpoints on the Horizon: Israel and the European Union’ IEPN Working Papers, Tel Aviv, June 2015 (available at http://www.iepn.org/)

8.         ‘Israel and the Challenge of Multilateral Security Governance: From Resistance to Cautious Engagement’ , EU-GRASP Working Paper, July 2009.

7.         (with Gisella Dachs)  ‘Israel and Europe:  The Troubled Relationship Between Perception and Reality’ (IEPN Working Papers, Tel Aviv, October 2004                   (http://hsf.bgu.ac.il/europe/iepnpgdjp.aspx)
 
6.         ‘Practices and their Failures: Arab-Israeli Relations and the Barcelona Process’ (April 2, 2004). Institute of European Studies. Paper 040402. 
                                    (http://repositories.cdlib.org/ies/040402

5.         (With  Rex Brynen, Eileen Alma, Roula El Rifai and Jill Tansley) The Ottawa Process:  An examination of Canada Involvement in the Palestinian Refugee               Issue (June 2003) (http://network.idrc.ca)

4.          (with Jarat Chopra, Yasser Dejani, Amjad Attalah, Orit Gal and Jim McCallum) ‘Planning Considerations for International Involvement in the Israeli                      Palestinian Conflict April 2003’ (http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usacsl/studies.asp)
 
3.         Europe and Arab-Israeli Peace Process:  The Declaration of Berlin and Beyond in Sven Behrendt and Christian-Hanelt (eds) Security in the Middle East             (Munich/Guetersloh: Center for Applied Policy Research, 1999) pp. 25-41.

2.         The Barcelona Process and the Arab-Israeli Multilateral Talks: Competition or Convergence in The Political role of the European Union in the Middle                 East  (Bertelsman Foundation Working Papers, 1998), pp. 39-50.
 
1.         Israel Under Netanyahu  Occasional Paper Series, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) (January, 1997), pp. 14.
Journal Articles (14)
 
14.          (with Rob Pinfold) ‘Consolidating Right-wing Hegemony: the Israeli election 2015, Mediterranean Politics, 20, 3, 2015, pp. 405-12.

13.          ‘Israel’s New Government, 2013' Mediterranean Politics, 18, 2, 2013, pp. 318-24.
 
12.          (with Giselle Datz) ‘Brazil and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the New Century’ Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs 7, 2,  2013, 43-57.
 
11.          ‘Israel and Gaza:  Five Years on’ Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, IV, 3, 2010, pp. 33-44.
 
10.         ‘Europe and the Israel-Palestinian Peace Process: The Urgency of Now’, European Security, 19, 3, 2010, pp. 511-529     
 
9.          (with Orit Gal) ‘Israel, UNRWA, and the Palestinian Refugee Issue’, Refugee Studies Quarterly , 28, 2 &3, 2010, pp. 588-606.

8.         (with Amjad Atallah, Jarat Chopra, Yaser  M. Dajani, Orit Gal, and Mark Walsh),  ‘Planning Considerations for International Involvement in an Israeli                    Withdrawal from Palestinian Territory’ Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, July 2004.

7.          ‘On 9/11’, Geopolitics, 8, 3 , Autumn 2003, pp 281-287.
 
6.         'Can the Multilateral Arab-Israeli Talks Be Revived', Middle East Review of International Affairs MERIA Journal. Vol. 3, No. 4 (December 1999)

5.         (With Becky Kook), The Israeli Elections 1999, Mediterranean Politics, 4, 2, Summer, 1999, pp. 194-199.
 
4.         ‘Europe, the Middle East Peace Process and the Barcelona Process:  Competition or Convergence?, International Spectator,  33, 4,  December, 1998, pp.                63- 76.
 
3.         'The Multilateral Refugee Talks' in special edition on the ‘Future of the Palestinians in Lebanon'  Journal of Refugee Studies, 10, 3, 1997, pp. 320-334.                     Reprinted as 'Al Mufarwadat Muta'adidat Al Atraf U Wa Maskuat Amal Al La-Je'en' (The Refugee Working Group) in Qadir Al A-Je'en Wa'al Mufwadat               (Palestinian Diaspora and Refugee Centre (Shaml) Ramallah, 1998) pp. 7-30.

2.         'The Israeli Elections, 1996' Mediterranean Politics, 3, 1997, pp. 26-40.

1.         'Israel Under Netanyahu', Middle East Review of   International Affairs (MERIA), Vol. 1, January, 1997)

 
Chatham House Briefing Papers (3) – peer-reviewed publication
 
3.         Beyond the Impasse: International Intervention and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Chatham House Briefing Paper. (Middle East and North Africa                     Programme  February 2010 | MENAP BP February 2010), pp. 12.

2.         New Government, New Agenda for Israel (with Becky Kook) Middle East Briefing Paper, New Series, No 5, August, 1999. (London: Royal Institute of                    International Affairs, 1999), pp. 6.

Reprinted as 'Kumat Yisrael Al-Jadiddah, Israel Digest, September 1999, (Al Ahram Centre, Cairo)

1.         Israel's New Government   Middle East Briefing Paper, No. 33, July, 1996 (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1996), pp. 7.