On the study of collaborative struggles in settler societies
This paper problematises the ways in which the passions of 'identity' constrain the collaborative aspects of the struggle for decolonisation in settler-colonial societies. The discussion will focus on Israel-Palestine, where the idea of collaborative struggle has attracted significant criticism. As a corollary of the discussion of this particular case study, an alternative reading of the idea of the collaborative struggle will be offered.
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