Psychological aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: perceptions attitudes and emotions; The role of leaders in peace process
Nimrod Rosler, PhD, is currently a Visiting Israel Professor at the Center for Global and International Studies, the University of Kansas, on behalf of AICE-Schusterman foundation. He has previously been a lecturer in the Conflict Management and Resolution Program, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and in the International School and School of Government, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. Until recently, he was also a research associate in the Israel Democracy Institute, Jerusalem, in the "national security and democracy" and "Jewish-Arab relations" projects. He received his PhD from the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His dissertation dealt with political leaders in ethno-national conflicts and their resolution process. His research interests include political and psychological dynamics of intractable conflict and peace process, political leadership, and emotions in conflict.