Control Mechanisms in Israel Institution Affiliation Students’ Name Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Introduction PAGEREF _Toc496717426 \h 3Israel as an ethnic democracy PAGEREF _Toc496717427 \h 3Control Mechanisms in Deeply Divided Societies PAGEREF _Toc496717428 \h 6Power sharing PAGEREF _Toc496717429 \h 7Proportionality PAGEREF _Toc496717430 \h 9Veto power PAGEREF _Toc496717431 \h 9Politics of negotiation PAGEREF _Toc496717432 \h 10Control in general in modern politics PAGEREF _Toc496717433 \h 10Israeli Control on the West Bank PAGEREF _Toc496717434 \h 12Control mechanisms at west bank PAGEREF _Toc496717435 \h 14Economic Control (Water) at West Bank PAGEREF _Toc496717436 \h 16Conclusion PAGEREF _Toc496717437 \h 18 IntroductionConflict is a major theme found in several disciplines of study such as economics politics among others. In societies with various ethnic groups ethnic conflict is very prevalent. In such societies the use of policies and regulations usually by the government becomes the only hope for ending ethnic conflicts. Most of (2015). Palestinian Leadership on the West Bank (RLE Israel and Palestine): The Changing Role of the Arab Mayors Under Jordan and Israel (Vol. 11). Routledge. Paltiel K. Z. (1975). The Israeli coalition system. Government and Opposition 10(4) 397-414. Peled Y. (2016). Ethnic Democracy. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race Ethnicity and Nationalism. Schneckener U. (2004). Models of ethnic conflict regulation. In Managing and settling ethnic conflicts (pp. 18-39). Palgrave Macmillan US. Smooha S. (1990). Minority status in an ethnic democracy: The status of the Arab minority in Israel. Ethnic and racial studies 13(3) 389-413. Smooha S. (1997). The viability of ethnic democracy as a mode of conflict management: Comparing Israel and Northern Ireland. Comparing Jewish Societies 267-312. Smooha S. (2002). The model of ethnic democracy: Israel as a Jewish and democratic state. Nations and Nationalism 8(4) 475-503. Strøm K. (2000). Delegation and accountability in parliamentary democracies. European journal of political research 37(3) 261-289. [...]
The research paper (15pages, double-spaced) has to be written in the course of Macro-Political Regulations of Ethnic Conflicts. It should be about the control mechanisms Israel with special focus on the economic perspective. The paper should contain a theoretical part about control in general in modern politics (types, symptoms, mechanisms of control) and a part about how Israel has political control about the Westbank (!!) with its mechanisms. Further, the economic perspective should be explained (water/gas) in conjunction with the Westbank!