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An examination of the Israeli regime, looking at its diverse aspects in order to explore its democratic nature - or otherwise.
Introduction; 1. How the Israeli Regime is Classified; 2. Circumventing the Challenges in the Classification of Israel (A): Disaggregated Analysis of the Israeli Regime Across Dimensions of Democraticness; 3. Circumventing the Challenges in the Classification of Israel (B): Spatial Analysis of the Israeli Regime; 4. Democraticness of the Israeli Regime Across Dimensions and Zones of Control; 5. The Conflict and the Israeli Regime; 6. State Capacity: Stability and Changes in the Israeli Regime; Conclusions: The Israeli Regime Untangled.
Gal Ariely is Professor in the Department of Politics and Government at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev where his research focuses on democracy and national identity. He published across a wide spectrum of journals including Political Research Quarterly, Nation and Nationalism and Political Studies.