Articles and research on the Zionist/Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the Transitional Justice perspective
Researchers around the world show interest in the unique aspects of settler colonialism and the relevancy of the transitional Justice paradigm to the Zionist-Palestinian context.
Bracka Jeremie,.(2013).Somewhere Between Myopia and Utopia’ Conceptualizing an Israeli-Palestinian Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Bar-Siman-Tov, Y. (2007). Dialectic Between Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution. The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Dudai, R. (2007). A Model for Dealing with the Past in the Israeli Palestinian Context. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 1(2), 249-267.
Golan-Agnon, D. (2010). Between Human Rights and Hope -- What Israelis Might Learn from the Truth and Reconciliation Process in South Africa. International Review of Victimology, 17(1), 31-48.
Gross Aeyal,.(2004). The Constitution, Reconciliation, And Transitional Justice: Lessons from South Africa and Israel
Meyerstein Ariel, (2007).Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Israel/Palestine: Assessing the Applicability of the Truth Commission Paradigm
Nevo Jessica, 2005) Transitional Justice Models and their Applicability to the Zionist-Palestinian Conflict; Rights in Principle - Rights in Practice; Seminar of Experts, Badil; pp 327-338.
Peled, Y., & Rouhana, N. N. (2004). Transitional Justice and the Right of Return of the Palestinian Refugees. Theoretical Inquiries in Law
Rafi Nets-Zehngut.(2015). Transitional Justice and Addressing the History of Active Conflicts: The Case of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Shinar Levanon, Ofer, Expanding the Horizon: Transitional Justice Role during Active Conflicts - Lessons from Israel