Year 2017, Volume , Issue 1, Pages 36 - 60 2017-06-30

Single State in Palestine: Constitutional Patriotism as a Conceptual Framework

Tuğçe ERSOY [1]


Palestine issue has been confined today to the limited understanding of nationalism. All the solution proposals made within the insight of nationalism have proved to be unsuccessful. Additionally, those solution proposals were unlikely to offer a just and fair solution to the Palestine issue. Today the struggle for the Palestinian state has begun to transform into a struggle for equal rights between Jordan and the Mediterranean. Within this context, based on Kant’s “perpetual peace” concept, and engaging with cosmopolitan vision, this study seeks to pose whether a just and fair solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict passes through the creation of a single state in Palestine. The case for one–state solution is a normative one and it is a question of morality. The author acknowledges the dark spots of this option; however intends to lay bare new and open discussions concerning the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Constitutional Patriotism, Perpetual Peace, Cosmopolitanism, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, One State Solution
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Journal Section RESEARCH ARTICLES
Authors

Author: Tuğçe ERSOY
Institution: Marmara University, Institute Research of Middle East and Islamic Countries, Political History and International Relations of the Middle East, İstanbul, Turkey

Dates

Publication Date : June 30, 2017

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APA Ersoy, T . (2017). Single State in Palestine: Constitutional Patriotism as a Conceptual Framework . Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi , (1) , 36-60 . Retrieved from http://filistin.org/en/pub/issue/30430/329618
MLA Ersoy, T . "Single State in Palestine: Constitutional Patriotism as a Conceptual Framework" . Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (2017 ): 36-60 <http://filistin.org/en/pub/issue/30430/329618>
Chicago Ersoy, T . "Single State in Palestine: Constitutional Patriotism as a Conceptual Framework". Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi (2017 ): 36-60
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Vancouver Ersoy T . Single State in Palestine: Constitutional Patriotism as a Conceptual Framework. Filistin Araştırmaları Dergisi. 2017; (1): 36-60.