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The Argument of “National Security” in Politics and Jurisprudence

Abstract

Debates of national security-related issues have played an integral, and prominent role in the institutional and cultural fabrics of Israel. The state’s engagement in the Arab-Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Israel’s policies towards Arabs and Palestinians living within its pre-and post-1967 borders, generated and were affected by basic changes in the political setting, including the ‘rule of law’.i The purpose of this article is to theorize, analyze, and reconceptualize the relationship between politics and law, following a study in a society and political regime for which ‘national security’ is a topic of fundamental importance.

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