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711 CAPSTONE DRIVE , TUSCALOOSA , AL 35401
For three decades, a pervasive, unspoken fear of civil war has stalemated Israeli politics. Almost overnight, that fear is now very much out in the open – civil war is now openly discussed. How did this happen, and what might it mean?
Daniel Bertrand Monk, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, Colgate University
Daniel J. Levine, Department of Political Science, University of Alabama
Pizza and Soda will be served.
For background, see their essay The Specter of Civil War in Israel.
This event is part of the "Tuscaloosa Take on the World" event series (please contact email@example.com for more information) and sponsored by the Department of Political Science.
Thanks to the Aronov Chair for Jewish Studies and the Chambers Chair in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Alabama and the George and Myra Cooley Chair in Peace & Conflict Studies at Colgate University.
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