In the last round of the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks at the Taba
Conference (January 2001), Israeli negotiators went where no Israeli
officials went before: they considered the right of return of Palestinian
refugees, and a quasi-statement that acknowledges the Palestinian tragedy
and Israel's share of historical responsibility. This paper argues
that at least in part this shift in the negotiations' framework can
be traced back to the public debate instigated by the work of Israeli New
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