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Abdullah, emir (later king) of Jordan, 71, 76 Adams, John, 28 affiliation, 9 aggression, toward out-groups, 5. See also assertiveness Al Aqsa Mosque, 81–82 Alexander I, czar, 49–52 Alexander II, czar, 54–56 Alexander III, czar, 57–59 aliens, “illegal,” 6. See also “other” Amalekites, Palestinians as, 126 Amban (Chinese residential commissioner), role of in Tibet, 91–92 American Library Association, 81 American Revolution, and Indians, 30, 31 Anderson, Benedict, 5, 9, 87 Anglo-Powhatan War, 24 anti-Palestinian political parties, 86 anti-Semitism, European, 125; Nazi, 67. See also anti-Semitism, Russian; the Holocaust anti-Semitism, Russian: grassroots, 44–48, 55, 64, 114, 115, 124; in late-empire politics, 85; in mass media, 49; and the 1905 revolution, 62–63; in novels, 55–57; during reign of Catherine the Great, 48; as state policy, 46. See also anti-Semitism, European; the Holocaust Appadurai, Arjun, 13, 48, 63, 114 Arab Education Committee in Support of Local Councils, 79–80 archaeologists, Israeli: lied to about destruction of holy sites, 79; and the undermining of Al Aqsa Mosque, 81 army service, in Israel, Palestinians shut out from benefits of, 83 Ashkenazi Jews, in Palestine, 74 assertiveness, 8–9. See also aggression assimilation: absent from Israeli policy toward Palestinians, 86; of American Indians, 29, 42; as Chinese policy toward Tibetans, 127; as goal of CCP for Tibetans, 110; of Jews into Western society, 66; lack of, among Russian Jews, 45; of minorities, as Russian state policy, 53; “Russianization” of Jews, 50, 51, 53 Atamneh, Jamal, 79–80 attachment, 9 Balfour Declaration, 69, 116 Bantustan model, 85 Barak, Ehud, 85 Barakeh, Mohammad, 82 Barbour, James, 35 Bar-Tal, Daniel, 79 I N D E X 141 “battered child syndrome,” and Israeli treatment of Palestinians, 125–126 Battle of Fallen Timbers, 30 belonging, and borders, 5 Ben Gurion, David, 72, 73–74, 75–77, 79, 82 Berkowitz, Bruce, 14 Berman, Sheldon, 16 Berry, Wendell, 17 Bible: fruitfulness ordained by, 35; translated into American Indian languages, 37 Black Hundreds, 62 blood libel, 47, 51, 57, 62 books and archives, destruction of Palestine’s, 80, 81 borders, and belonging, 5 Bosnia, media coverage of, 13 Boston Tea Party, 123 British Mandate, in Palestine, 116 Buddhism: in China, 91; Tibetan (see Tibetan Buddhism) Bureau of Indian Affairs, see Office of Indian Affairs Calvert family, 25 Cantonist Decrees (Russia), 52, 54, 63–64 Carnegie Council report on genocide, 127, 128 Casimir III, king of Poland, 45, 47 Catherine the Great, czarina of Russia, 48–49, 55 Catlin, George, 34–35 CCP, see Chinese Communist Party cell phones, and human movement, 3 censorship: Israeli, 85; by Russian state, 49, 50, 53, 55, 57, 60, 64, 85 Cherokee Indians, 30, 33, 120; displaced from Georgia, 41, 124; expulsion of missionaries to, 39, 43, 124 Chickasaw Indians, 30 Children’s Social Consciousness and the Development of Social Responsibility (Berman), 16 China: annexes Kham and Amdo, 95; controls Tibetan information environment, 89; and the Cultural Revolution, 98–100, 105; after fall of Qing dynasty, 92–93; Han majority culture, 90 (see also Han Chinese); mass media, Tibetan media as extension of, 89; and natural localism, 117–118; popular view of Tibet in, 105; post-2008 repression and the Tibetan separatist movement, 109; Qianlong government’s “Twentynine Articles,” 92; role of the Amban in Tibet, 91–92; “Seventeen-Point Agreement” on Tibet (1951), 94, 96; thought collective of, and Tibet, 127 Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 89, 93; and assimilation of Tibetans, 111; co-opts Tibetan Buddhism, 110; enrollment from Tibetan lower classes, 96, 97–98, 100; installs hierarchy drawn from Tibetan elite, 94–95; and the Panchen Lama, 103; and remaking of Tibetan culture, 104 Chomsky, Noam, 8 Christianity: conversion of American Indians to, 24, 36–41, 42; conversion of Russian Jews to, 50, 59; Eastern Orthodox, 46, 52; fundamentalist, and the rebuilding of Solomon’s temple, 82; Palestinian adherents of, 83; popular Russian, and the Jews, 46 Christ-killers, Jews as, 46, 125 “civilization,” 33, 34; and the drive to own property, 38–39 Clinton, Bill, 106 “CNN effect,” 13 collectivization of land, in Tibet, 100 colonists, European; diffusion of settlement by, 25; Dutch, in New Holland, 25; Swedes, in Delaware, 25; thought collective of, 21–23, 123–124; vs. natural localism of American Indian, 112–114 Congress, U.S., pledges good faith to Indians, 37 index 142 Connecticut, settlement of, 25 contextual knowledge, lack of, 36, 42; in czarist Russia, 121; among Zionists, 68. See also...



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  • Jews -- Russia -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
  • Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Social conditions -- 20th century
  • Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Social conditions.
  • Assimilation (Sociology).
  • Indians, Treatment of -- North America -- History.
  • Ethnic conflict.
  • Persecution -- Social aspects.
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