PASSIA

AcronymDefinition
PASSIAPalestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (Jerusalem)
References in periodicals archive ?
58) Veanse Rasem Khameyseh, Israeli Planning and House Demolishing Policy in the West Bank, PASSIA, Jerusalen, 1989; y Joost Hiltermann, Behind the Intifada: Labor and Women's Movements in the Occupied Territories, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1991, pp.
from the Peace Studies Center at the University of Bradford in the UK, and worked for a short time in Jordan before returning to Jerusalem and setting up PASSIA.
The most critical and path-breaking contribution of the PASSIA as well as that of Abdul Hadi so far has been the seminal tome, 100 Years of Palestinian History: A 20th Century Chronology.
That might not be a bad thing says Mahdi Abdul Hadi, who runs PASSIA, a Palestinian policy institute based in East Jerusalem.
Mahdi Abdul Hadi, the president of the PASSIA think tank in east Jerusalem fumed while talking to The Media Line.
Palestinian political analyst, Mahdi Abdelhadi of the Jerusalem-based PASSIA policy research center, told VOA the election outcome shows the level of discontent with Fatah.
Note, too, that the I [right arrow] you deictic transfer is, as Katherine Passias points out, the prevalent functional modality of vous in what may be the single most influential second-person fiction, Butor's 1957 novel La modification: "No matter how involved he may be in a narrative, there is an underlying awareness that the message is about 'the other.
Passias joined DDLP in November 1998 as vice president, regional consultant.
Passias was a sales consultant with Provident in Columbus, Ohio, where he was responsible for establishing relationships with producers at financial services organizations and developing selling concepts for disability and life insurance for both individuals and large groups.