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Structural Flaws in the Middle East Process

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Informationen zum Autor SHIMSON BICHLER Professor of Political Science! Hebrew University! Mount Scopus! JerusalemNORA ANN COLTON Assistant Professor of International Economics! Drew University! Madison! New JerseyISHAQ DIWAN PAUL J. FINDLEY Author and LecturerBRADLEY L. GLASSER Lecturer! Columbia University! Middle East CentreFADLE NAQIB Professor of Economics! University of Waterloo! CanadaALWYN R. ROUYER Associate Professor of Political Science! University of IdahoSARA ROY Research Scholar! Centre for Middle Eastern Studies! Harvard UniversityDENIS J. SULLIVAN Lecturer in Middle Eastern Studies! Northeastern University! BostonMICHAEL WALTON Macroeconomics SpecialistGEORGE WILSON Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy! Indiana University! BloomingtonSTEPHEN ZUNES Associate Professor of Political Science! University of San Francisco Klappentext Negotiations between Israel and the Arab states have continued in one form or another for over a decade! through three Israeli administrations! the death of a King of Jordan! and through countless riots and incidences of protest by Palestinians and Jews alike. The agreements that have been reached! and some situations established by defacto rule and force majure! have created possibly irreversible economic and political structures. This collection presents a debate among eminent scholars and public officials over the power these structures engender in the region. Zusammenfassung Negotiations between Israel and the Arab states have continued in one form or another for over a decade, through three Israeli administrations, the death of a King of Jordan, and through countless riots and incidences of protest by Palestinians and Jews alike. Inhaltsverzeichnis Prologue Acknowledgements PART I: COMMENTARIES: THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF THE MIDDLE EAST PEACE PROCESS Twenty Years after Camp David: Economic Diplomacy Gone Awry; P.Findley From Cold War to a Cold Peace: The Past and Future of the Middle East Peace Process; G.Wilson The Limiting Structure of Palestinian Limited Self-Rule: A Recent Historical Perspective; F.Naqib PART II: THE 'BETWEEN'NESS' OF THE PALESTINIAN POSITION Between the Arms Race and Political Lobbyists: How Pax Americana Threatens Middle East Peace; S.Zunes Between Jordan and Israel: The Economics of Palestine's Uneasy Triangle; I.Diwan & M.Walton Between 'Supply Shocked' Markets: The Case of Jordanian and Palestinian Returnees; N.Colton Between the Gulf and Israel: Structural Dependencies in Labour and Finance; J.W.Wright! Jr Between Desert Countries: The Political Economy of Water under Israeli Occupation and Beyond; A.R.Rouyer Between the Palestinian Authority and Palestinian Civil Service: International Aid and the Peace Process; D.J.Sullivan Between Hamas and the PA: Islamic Movements and Palestinian Development in the Gaza Strip; S.Roy Between Capitalism and Jewish Voters: Electoral Economics in Israel! 1977 to 1997; S.Bichler Where to Go From Here?; J.W.Wright! Jr Index ...

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SHIMSON BICHLER Professor of Political Science, Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem NORA ANN COLTON Assistant Professor of International Economics, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey ISHAQ DIWAN PAUL J. FINDLEY Author and Lecturer BRADLEY L. GLASSER Lecturer, Columbia University, Middle East Centre FADLE NAQIB Professor of Economics, University of Waterloo, Canada ALWYN R. ROUYER Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Idaho SARA ROY Research Scholar, Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University DENIS J. SULLIVAN Lecturer in Middle Eastern Studies, Northeastern University, Boston MICHAEL WALTON Macroeconomics Specialist GEORGE WILSON Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Indiana University, Bloomington STEPHEN ZUNES Associate Professor of Political Science, University of San Francisco

Klappentext

Negotiations between Israel and the Arab states have continued in several forms for over a decade, through three Israeli administrations, the death of a King in Jordan, and through countless riots and incidences of protest by Palestinians and Jews. The agreements that have been reached, and some situations established by defacto rule and force majure, have created possibly irreversible economic and political structures. This collection presents a debate among eminent scholars and public officials over the power these structures engender in the region.

Zusammenfassung
Negotiations between Israel and the Arab states have continued in one form or another for over a decade, through three Israeli administrations, the death of a King of Jordan, and through countless riots and incidences of protest by Palestinians and Jews alike.

Inhalt
Prologue Acknowledgements PART I: COMMENTARIES: THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF THE MIDDLE EAST PEACE PROCESS Twenty Years after Camp David: Economic Diplomacy Gone Awry; P.Findley From Cold War to a Cold Peace: The Past and Future of the Middle East Peace Process; G.Wilson The Limiting Structure of Palestinian Limited Self-Rule: A Recent Historical Perspective; F.Naqib PART II: THE 'BETWEEN'NESS' OF THE PALESTINIAN POSITION Between the Arms Race and Political Lobbyists: How Pax Americana Threatens Middle East Peace; S.Zunes Between Jordan and Israel: The Economics of Palestine's Uneasy Triangle; I.Diwan & M.Walton Between 'Supply Shocked' Markets: The Case of Jordanian and Palestinian Returnees; N.Colton Between the Gulf and Israel: Structural Dependencies in Labour and Finance; J.W.Wright, Jr Between Desert Countries: The Political Economy of Water under Israeli Occupation and Beyond; A.R.Rouyer Between the Palestinian Authority and Palestinian Civil Service: International Aid and the Peace Process; D.J.Sullivan Between Hamas and the PA: Islamic Movements and Palestinian Development in the Gaza Strip; S.Roy Between Capitalism and Jewish Voters: Electoral Economics in Israel, 1977 to 1997; S.Bichler Where to Go From Here?; J.W.Wright, Jr Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Structural Flaws in the Middle East Process
Untertitel: Historical Contexts
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EAN: 9780333738504
ISBN: 978-0-333-73850-4
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 228
Gewicht: 439g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 2002
Auflage: 2002

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