פרופ' גליה גולן

בית ספר לאודר לממשל, דיפלומטיה ואסטרטגיה Ph.D., האוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים

  • פרופ' גליה גולן היא לשעבר מנהלת תכנית המוסמך בממשל וההתמחות בדיפלומטיה ויישוב סכסוכים. פרופ' גולן מתמחה במשברים בינלאומיים, יישוב סכסוכים, הסכסוך הערבי-ישראלי ונושאים פוליטיים אקטואליים. פרופ' גולן היא זוכת פרס מפעל חיים של האגודה הישראלית למדע המדינה, ובפרס
    Distinguished Scholar מהאגודה ללימודים בינלאומיים.

    היא הייתה ראש המחלקה למדע המדינה וראש מרכז לייפר ללימודי נשים וראש המכון לחקר ברית המועצות באוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים. שימשה כיועצת בצה"ל ובמשרד החוץ.
    פרופ' גולן כתבה 10 ספרים בתחום יחסים בינלאומיים, ברית המועצות והמזרח התיכון, והיתה חברת המועצה הישראלית ליחסי חוץ ל וגם מערכת של כתב העת
    International Feminist Journal of Politics


  • Books
     


    Moscow and the Middle East:  New Thinking on Regional Conflict, Chatham House-Pinter Press, London, 1992, 102p.


    with Walid Salem (eds.), Non-State Actors in the Middle East for Peace and Democracy, Routledge, 2013, 240p.


    With Gilead Sher (eds), Spoilers and Coping with Spoilers: The Case of Israel, Indiana University Press, expected publication 2018.


    Israeli Peacemaking Since 1967:  Factors Behind the Breakthroughs and Failures, Routledge, 2014, 235p.


    Israeli Peacemaking Since 1967:  Factors Behind the Breakthroughs and Failures, Routledge, 2014, 235p.


    with Walid Salem (eds.), Non-State Actors in the Middle East for Peace and Democracy, Routledge, 2013, 240p.


    Israel and Palestine: Peace Plans and Proposals From Oslo to Disengagement, second revised edition, Markus Wiener Publishers, Princeton, 2007, 237p.



    Israel and Palestine: Peace Plans and Proposals From Oslo to Disengagement, Markus Wiener Publishers, Princeton, 2006, 230p.


    Moscow and the Middle East: New Thinking on Regional Conflict, Chatham House-Pinter Press, London, 1992, 102p.


    Soviet Policies in the Middle East From World War II to Gorbachev, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1990, 344p. Reissued in paperback by Cambridge U. Press, 2009.



    Gorbachev's 'New Thinking' on Terrorism, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1990, 117p.


    The Soviet Union and National Liberation Movements in the Third World, Unwin-Hyman, London, 1988, 374p.


    The Soviet Union and the Palestine Liberation Organization: An Uneasy Alliance, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1980, 320p.


    Yom Kippur and After: The Soviet Union and the Middle East Crisis, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1977, 350p. Reissued in paperback by Cambridge U. Press, 2010.



    The Czechoslovak Reform Movement: Communism in Crisis 1962-1968, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1971, 350p. Reissued in paperback by Cambridge U. Press, 2008.



    Reform Rule in Czechoslovakia: The Dubcek Era, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1973, 350p. Reissued in paperback by Cambridge U. Press, 2008.


    The Domestic Impact on Israel of the "Spring", "Summer" and "September", Woodrow Wilson Center, Middle East Program, Washington DC, Occasional Paper Series, 2011.


    Monographs


    Russia and Iran: A Strategic Partnership?, Royal Institute for International Affairs, Chatham House, London, 1998.


    Moscow and Regional Security Proposals for the Middle East, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C., 1992.



    Soviet Middle East Policy Under Gorbachev, JNS-02, Rand/UCLA Center for Soviet Studies, Los Angeles, 1990.


    Chapters in books, in progress


    American Mediation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” International Negotiation, 23 (2018) pp. 42–68.


    “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Lessons for a Breakthrough,” Middle East Policy, XXII/3, 2015, pp.100-108.


    “Suggestions for American Mediation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” Palestine –Israel Journal, 20/2&3, 2015, pp.46-50.


    “Reflections on Gender in Dialogue,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender,  2003, pp. 13-21.


    “The Challenge of Peace,” in Joel Peters (ed.), Understanding Israel: Political, Societal and Security Challenges, Routledge, 2018.


    “Reflections on Gender in Dialogue,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender,  No.6, 2003, pp. 13-21.


    "American Mediation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” International Negotiation, 23 (2018) pp. 42–68.


     “The Challenge of Peace,” in Joel Peters (ed.), Understanding Israel: Political, Societal and Security Challenges, Routledge, 2018.


     “Suggestions for American Mediation of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” Palestine –Israel Journal, 20/2&3, 2015, pp.46-50.


    “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Lessons for a Breakthrough,” Middle East Policy, XXII/3, 2015, pp.100-108.


    "Sadat and Begin:  Successful Diplomacy for Peace," in Jeremi Suri and Robert Hutchings, Oxford University Press, New York, 2015 at the publishers.


    "Militarization and Gender in Israel," in Maureen Flaherty, Sean Byrne, Jessica Senehi, Tom Matyok, Hamdesa Tuso, (eds.), Gender and Peacebuilding, Lanham Publishers, Lexington, 2015, at the publishers.


    "The Role of Trust in Israeli Peace Negotiations," in Ilai Alon (ed) The Role of Trust in Conflict Resolution, at the editor’s.


    "Descriptive or Substantive Representation? Women of the 18th Israel Knesset," in Michal Shamir (ed.), The Gender Gap and its Impact on Policy, at the editor’s.


    "Factors for De-escalation: Israel and a Shift to Constructive Conflict, in Bruce Dayton and Louis Kriesbeg, Constructively Waged Conflicts, at the editors.


    Articles and Chapters in Books


    “The Soviet Union, Détente and the War,” in Asaf Siniver (ed.), The October 1973 War: Politics, Legacy, Diplomacy, Hurst & Oxford University Press, London and New York, 2013, pp.101-118.


    "The Impact of Peace and Human Rights NGOs on Israeli Policy," in Galia Golan and Walid Salim (eds), Non-State Actors in the Middle East for Peace and Democracy, Routledge, publication date, December 2013, pp.28-41.



    “Peace Plans: 1993-2010,” in Joel Peters and David Newman, The Routledge Handbook on the Israeli-Palestine Conflict, Routledge, New York, 2012.


    “Asymmetry in Cross-Conflict Collaboration: Is There a Gender Factor?” Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2, Fall 2011.


    “Introduction: Women and Power,” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, Vol.17, Nos.3 & 4, 2011, p.6.



    “A Gender Perspective on Security,” Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, Vol.17, Nos.3 & 4, 2011, pp.42-45.


    "The Effects of Conflict: National Security, UN Resolution 1325 and Women in Israel," in Elizabeth Mathews with David Newman and Mohammad Dajani (eds.), The Israel/Palestine Conflict, Routledge, 2010.


    “The Peace Process,” in Mitchell Bard and David Nachmias, Israel Studies: An Anthology, Israel-Studies.com, 2009 (on-line publication).


    "The Impact of Globalization on the Transformation of Conflict," in Bruce Dayton and Louis Kriesberg, Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding: Moving from Violence to Sustainable Peace, Routledge, London, 2009, pp.123-139.


    “Women and Political Reform in Israel,” in Fatima Sadiqi, Women and Change in the Middle East, Routledge, 2009.


    “Sinai, 1967: Soviet Policy and Arab-Israeli War,” Anti-Kolonialismus und kalter Krieg, Die UdSSR und ihre Verbundeten in der Dritten Welt, Munchen, 2009, pp.143-163.


    “The Evolution of Israeli Policy on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” Palestine-Israel Journal, Vol.15, nos.1&2, 2008.


    "The Soviet Union and the Cold War in the Middle East," Nigel Ashton (ed.), The Cold War in the Middle East, 1967-73, Routledge, 2007, pp.59-73.


    “Soviet Policy in the Yom Kippur War: The American Angle,” (Hebrew) in Shemesh and Drori, The Yom Kippur War After Thirty Years, Ben Gurion University Press, 2008, pp. 67-79.


    "מדיניות של מוסקבה במלחמת יום הכיפורים: הפזילה אל עבר האמריקנים," במשה שמש וזאב דרורי, מלחת יום הכיפורים אחרי שלושים שנה ואוד מלחמה , אוניברסיטת בן גוריון בנגב ,2008 עמ' 67-79.


     “The Soviet Union and the Six-Day War in Light of Archival Materials,” Journal of Cold War History, Vol.8, No.1, Winter 2005, pp. 3-19.



    “The Gaza Disengagement Initiative,” Middle East Policy, Vol.XI, No. 4, Winter 2004, pp.65-71.


    “Ensured Representation in the Political Arena,” (Hebrew), in Anat Maor (ed.), Affirmative Action and Equal Representation in Israel, Ramot Publishers-Tel Aviv University, 2004, pp.315-330.


    “Women and Conflict Resolution,” Palestine-Israel Journal, Vol. 11. No.2, 2004, pp.92-96.


    "Russia and the Iraq War: Was Putin's Policy a Failure?," Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Vol. 37, No. 4, December 2004, pp.429-459.


    "Plans for Palestinian-Israeli Peace: From Beirut to Geneva," Middle East Policy, Vol. XI, No. 1, Spring 2004, pp.38-51.


    With Tamar Hermann, "The Parliamentary Representation of Women - The Israeli Case," in Manon Tremblay, ed., Femmes et Parlements, Remue-menage Press, Montreal, 2005, pp. 251-275. (in French).


    "Russia's Policy Towards Iran and Iraq," paper of The Institute for Counter-Terrorism, IDC, 2003, 25pp.


    "Separation and International Intervention," Palestine-Israel Journal, Vol.IX, No.3, 2002, pp.57-62.


    "Post-Soviet Russia and the Middle East," in S. Avineri and W. Weidenfeld (eds.), Politics and Identities in Transformation:  Europe and Israel, Europa Union Verlag, Bonn, 2001, pp. 71-82.


    "The Soviet Union and the Yom Kippur War - Twenty-five Years Later," in P.R. Kumaraswamy, Revisiting the Yom Kippur War, Frank Cass, London, 2000, pp.127-152.


    "The Foreign-Domestic Nexus in Gorbachev's Middle East Policy," in Keith Nelson and Pat Morgan (eds.), Reviewing the Cold War:  Domestic Factors and Foreign Policy in the East-West Confrontation, Praeger Publishers, New York, 2000, pp.179-202.


    "Bridging the Abyss:  Palestinian-Israeli Dialogue," with Zahira Kamal in Harold Saunders (ed.), A Public Peace Process:  Sustained Dialogue to Transform Racial and Ethnic Conflicts, St. Martin's Press, 1999, pp.197-220.


    "Gender and Militarization," Women's Studies International Forum, May-June 1997, pp.581-586.


    "Israel and Palestinian Statehood," in Winston Van Horne (ed.), Global Convulsions:  Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism at the End of the Twentieth Century, State University of New York Press, New York, 1997, pp.169-188.


    "Moscow and the PLO:  The Ups and Downs of a Complex Relationship," in Avraham Sela and Moshe Ma'oz (eds.), The PLO and Israel, St. Martins Press, New York, 1997, pp.121-140.


    "Women in Israeli Society," Palestine-Israel, Vol.II, No.3, 1995, pp.13-17.


    "A Palestinian State From an Israeli Point of View," Middle East Policy, Vol.III, No.1, 1994, pp.56-69.


    "Which Way Central Asia?  The Foreign Policy of the Former Soviet Muslim Republics," in Ami Ayalon (ed.), Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol.XVI, 1992, Westview Press, 1994, pp.86-112.


    "The Soviet Union and the Middle East," in Ami Ayalon (ed.), Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol.XV, 1991, Westview Press, 1993, pp.35-62.


    "Gorbachev's Difficult Time in the Gulf," Political Science Quarterly, Summer 1992, pp. 213-230.


    "Arab-Israeli Peace Negotiations:  An Israeli View," in Stephen Spiegel (ed.), Arab-Israeli Search for Peace, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, 1992, pp.37-48.


    "Implications of the Gulf Crisis on Soviet Middle East Policy," in Yosef Alpher (ed.), War in the Gulf:  Implications for Israel, Westview Press, Boulder, 1992, pp.107-124.


    "Soviet-American Cooperation and the Future of the Arab-Israeli Conflict," with Gur Ofer in Stephen Spiegel (ed.),Conflict Management in the Middle East, Westview Press, Boulder, Colo., 1992, pp.409-426.


    "Soviet Policy in the Middle East," in Ami Ayalon (ed.), Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol.XV: 1990, Westview Press, 1992, pp.33-56.


    "The Soviet Union and the Arab-Israeli Conflict," in George Breslauer, Harry Kreisler and Benjamin Ward (eds.), Beyond The Cold War:  Conflict and Cooperation in the Third World, Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1991, pp.269-292.


    "The Test of 'New Thinking': The Soviet Union and the Gulf Crisis," in Breslauer, Kreisler and Ward, Beyond the Cold War: Conflict and Cooperation in the Third World, loc.cit., pp.315-364.


    "Moscow and the Palestinians," The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 1991, 45pp.


    "The Soviet-Israeli Rapprochement," The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 1990, 40pp.



    "The Soviet Union and the Palestinian Issue," in George Breslauer (ed.), Soviet Strategy in the Middle East, Unwin-Hyman, London, 1990, pp. 61-98.                                                 


    "Superpower Cooperation in the Middle East," in Roger Kanet and Edward Kolodziej (eds.), The Cold War as Cooperation, Macmillan, London, 1991, pp. 121-148.


    "The Soviet Union and the Suez Crisis," in Ilan Troen and Moshe  Shemesh (eds.), The Suez-Sinai Crisis 1956:  Retrospective and Reappraisal, Frank Cass, London, 1990, pp. 274-289.


    "The Changing World Order: Impact on the Arab-Israeli Peace Process," American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Mass., 1991, 66p.


    "The Vanguard Party Controversy," Soviet Studies, Vol.XXXIX, No.4, 1987, pp. 599-609.


    "The Soviet Union and Third World National Liberation Movements: The Soviet Role," Journal of International Affairs, Vol.40, No. 2, 1987, pp. 303-324.


    "The Soviet Union in the Middle East After Thirty Years," in Andzej Korbonski and Francis Fukuyama (eds.), The Soviet Union and the Third World After Thirty Years, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1987, pp. 178-208.


    "Gorbachev's Middle East Strategy," Foreign Affairs, Vol.66, No.1, Fall 1987, pp. 41-57 reprinted in Peter Shearman and Phil Williams (eds), The Superpowers, Central America and the Middle East, Brassey's, London, 1988, pp.105-120 and in Breslauer, Soviet Strategy in the Middle East, pp.151-166.


    "The Soviet Union and the PLO Since Lebanon," Middle East Journal, Vol.40, No. 2, Spring 1986, pp. 285-305.



    "The Movement for Equality for Women in Israel," Tikkun, No. 2, 1986, 16p.


    "Women in Political Leadership in Israel," Politika (in Hebrew), October 1986, 20p.


    "The Soviet Union and the Lebanese Situation," in Joseph Alpher (ed.), Israel's Lebanon Policy, Where To?, Jaffee Center, Tel Aviv, 1984, pp. 31-37.


    "The Soviet Union and the Israeli Action in Lebanon," International Affairs, Winter, 1982-1983, pp. 7-16.


    "The Soviet Union and the Palestine Liberation Organization," in Mark Kauppi and R.C. Nation (eds), The Soviet Union and the Middle East in the 1980s, Lexington Books, Lexington, Mass., 1983, pp. 189-210.


    "The Soviet Union and the Polish Crisis," Slavic and Soviet Papers, Fall 1983, pp. 20-29.


    "Soviet Decision-making in the Yom Kippur War," in Jiri Valenta and William Potter (eds.), Soviet Decision-making for National Security, Allen and Unwin, New York, 1983, pp. 185-218.


    "The Soviet Union and Areas of Crisis," The Jerusalem Journal of International Relations, Vol.V, No.4, 1983, 25p.


    "Soviet-PLO Relations and the Founding of a Palestinian State," The Jerusalem Quarterly, Vol.IV, No.16, 1980, pp. 121-136.


    "Soviet Policy in the 1980s: The Middle East," Adelphi Papers, No.152, International Institute of Strategic Studies, London, 1979.


    "The Soviet Union in the Middle East," in Kurt London (ed.), The Impact of Soviet Foreign Policy, Westview Press, Boulder, Colo., 1979, pp. 105-126.


    "Options and Dilemmas in Soviet Middle East Policy," The Jerusalem Quarterly, Vol.II, No.13, 1979, pp. 111-122.


    "The Soviet Union and Syria Since the Yom Kippur War," Orbis, Vol.21, Winter 1978, pp. 777-802.


    "The Arab-Israeli Conflict in Soviet-American Relations," in Yaacov Ro'i (ed.),The Limits of Power:  The Soviet Union and the Middle East, Croom Helm, London, 1978, pp. 7-32.


    "The Soviet Union and Syria," with Itamar Rabinovich in Yaacov Ro'i (ed.),The Limits of Power, Croom Helm, London 1978, pp. 213-232.


    "Soviet Policy in the Middle East:  Accruing Difficulties and Changing Interests,"  The World Today, Vol.33, No.9, 1977, pp. 335-343.


    "Czechoslovak Marxism in the Reform Period," Studies in Soviet Thought, Winter 1977, pp. 67-82.


    "Soviet Policy in the Middle East," The Jerusalem Quarterly, Vol.I, 1976, pp. 8-17.


    "Innovations in the Model of Socialism:  Political Reforms in Czechoslovakia 1968," in J. Shapiro and P. Potichnyij (eds.), Change and Adaption in Soviet and East European Politics, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1976, pp. 77-94.


    "Soviet Aims and the Middle East War," Survival, Vol.XVI, No.3, May-June 1974, pp. 106-114.


    "The Soviet Union and the Arab-Israeli War of October 1973," Jerusalem Papers on Peace Problems, June 1974, 35p.


    "Elements of Russian Traditions in Soviet Socialism," in S.N. Eisenstadt and Y. Atzmon (eds.), Socialism and Tradition, Humanities Press, New York, 1975, pp. 19-41.


    "Nationalist traditions and Socialism in Eastern Europe:  The Cases of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia," in S.N. Eisenstadt and Y. Atzmon, Socialism and Tradition, loc.cit., pp. 41-77.



    "Soviet Arithmetic in the Middle East," New Outlook, Vol.17, No.9, 1974, pp. 50-55.


    "Antonin Novotny:  The Nature and Sources of His Power," Canadian Slavonic Papers, Winter, 1972, pp. 334-345.


    "The Road to Reform in Czechoslovakia," Problems of Communism, May-June 1971, pp. 11-21.


    "Youth and Politics in Czechoslovakia," Journal of Contemporary History, No.1, 1970, pp. 3-22.


    "The Short-Lived Liberal Experiment in Czechoslovakia," Orbis, Winter, 1970, pp. 1096-1116.