Christopher Barder, MA Cantab, PGCE, JP, read history at Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he won a Foundation Scholarship. After research and postgraduate work, he became head of history and politics at a tutorial college in Oxford and went on to specialize in the Arab-Israel conflict and Middle East security issues. He has also tutored part time for Bath University and has written a number of articles, published in the UK, the US and Israel. Mr. Barder has been a frequent contributor to Nativ.
Relevant Interests: British politics and the Constitution of the United Kingdom; English law, the magistracy and criminal justice; laws and politics of successions to the former Ottoman territories of the Middle East.
He is author of a number of ACPR publications including Policy Paper No. 101, “The EU and the Syrian Track: Israel Ensnared” (2000), a chapter in Israel and a Palestinian State: Zero Sum Game (Zmora-Bitan Publishers and ACPR Publishers, 2001), of which he was Assistant Editor and also the books Oslo’s Gift of “Peace”: The Destruction of Israel’s Security (ACPR Publishers, 2001) and “Enough of Blood and Tears” Yitzhak Rabin A Statistically Based Survey of the Oslo Process, Its Agreements and Results (ACPR Publishers, 2002).
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