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Communities and Law: Politics and Cultures of Legal Identities
Law and Religion
The Israeli Supreme Court and the Israeli Public
A Democracy in Wartime: Conflict and Consensus in Israel
Institutional-Constitutional Change and Political Behavior: The Municipal Elections in Tel -Aviv-Jaffa (1993) and Split Ticket Voting
The Attorney General and the General Prosecution Office: Institutional Split
The Ambivalent Language of Lawyers in Israel: Liberal Politics, Economic Liberalism, Silence and Dissent.
Freedom of Speech and Imaginary Freedom in Cyberspace: On the Resurrection of Censorship
The Redemptive Principle of Particularistic Obligations: A Legal Political Inquiry.
Collective Rights, State Power, and Politics of Multiculturalism: Liberalism, Communitarianism, and Non-Liberal Communities
Political Institutions and Conflict Resolution: The Israeli Supreme Court and the Peace Process
Law, Culture, and Ritual
The Geography of Law
Occupation and International Law
The Decline of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
The Evasive Facets of law: Litigation as Collective Action.
Why do Courts Accumulate Political Power and Why do they Lose It: An Institutional Perspective.
Law and Social Inequality in Israel
How Far Do Justices Go: The Limits of Judicial Decisions
Legal Categorizations and Religion: On Politics of Modernity, Practices, Faith, and Power
Nationalism and a Missed Communalism
Civil Supervision Over the Armed Forces
Parliamentarianism and Its Opponents: The Politics of Liberal Law
The Argument of “National Security” in Politics and Jurisprudence
Justices as Policy- Makers
National Security in Courts and Law: A Theoretical and Comperative Analysis
Theory and Civic Criticism of Miliitarism
The Case of Azmi Bishara: Political Immunity and Freedom in Israel
Reconciliation Between Communities: A Human Rights Approach.
Referendum: Parliamentarianism or Populism
The Gulf Crisis and Its Global Aftermath (London and New York: Routledge, 1993)
Wars, Internal Conflicts, and Political Order (New York: State University of New York Press, 1996).
המשפט כשדה במסגרת של כוח פוליטי: האם בתי משפט הם נשאי שינוי חברתי-פוליטי, ואם כן – כיצד?
השפה הדו-ערכית של עורכי דין בישראל: פוליטיקה ליברלית, כלכלה ליברלית, שתיקה והתנגדות
קשרים או כישורים? על הגיונותיה של הפרוטקציה והמאבקים בה
סמלים (Symbols) במשפט: איסור גידול חזיר כמשל
Social Protest and the Absence of Legalistic Discourse: In the Quest for New Language of Protest
Law and Emergencies: A Comparative Overview (Minerva Center, University of Haifa, 2014)
Between the Rule of Law and the Laws of the Ruler: Israeli Legal Culture and the Supreme Court
The Deportation Case: The Rule and the Rule of Law
Center against Periphery: Politics and Law of ‘Prevention of Terrorism Acts’
The Different Among Us: Law and Political Boundaries of Religious Fundamentalism
Legal Categorizations and Religion: Politics of Modernity, Faith and Power
Cultured Technology: Internet and Religious Fundamentalism
Culture of Patriarchy in Law: Violence from Antiquity to Modernity
Law is Politics
Fantasies of Liberalism and Liberal Jurisprudence: State Law, Politics, and the Israeli-Arab-Palestinian Community
War, Democracy, and Internal Conflict: Israel in a Comparative Perspective
Courts as Hegemonic Institutions: The Israeli Supreme Court in a Comparative Perspective
Governmental Lawyering in the Political Sphere: Advocating the Leviathan
Courts as Hegemonic Institutions and Social Change
Israel and Future Borders: A Multidimensional Approach to the Assessment of a Dynamic Process
The Media in Wartime
Israeli Leadership and Public Attitudes toward Federal Solutions for the Arab: Israeli Conflict Before and After Desert Storm
The Ambivalence of Litigation: A Criticism of Power
The King is Not Naked- Why Law is Political