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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
The Economic Dimension:
Past, Present and Future
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Table of Contents
by Hillel Schenker
by Hisham Awartani
by Ephraim Kleiman
An independent trade regime would lead to a competitive Palestinian environment.
by Arie Arnon and by Saeb Bamya
With the continued closures, Gaza’s economy is on the verge of an irreversible collapse.
by Mahmoud K. Okasha
The aim would be to rehabilitate the exports of Palestinian goods and labor to Israel.
by Ezra Sadan and by Ruth Lowenthal
The Palestinians should look for more symmetrical trade relations with Israel.
by Mahmoud K. Eljafari
What to invest in for more cooperation and a better understanding? Infrastructure.
by Gideon Eshet
The challenge is to achieve the dual aim of enhancing security and facilitating trade.
by Majdi Haj Khalil
An economic union of independent states would be mutually beneficial.
by Simcha Bahiri
The emphasis shifted from confidence-building measures to security and sovereignty.
by Jamie Levin
interview with Samir HuleiIeh
Ephraim Kleiman, David Brodet, Samih al-Abid Karakrah and Nasser Tahboub. Moderator: Avi Temkin
The Palestinians must present a unified national liberation plan.
by Azmi Bishara
The Zionist collective has genuine difficulty in engaging the Other, the Palestinians.
by Ruchama Marton
A combination of political separation and sharing the land could be a solution to the conflict.
by Said Zeedani
A visit would focus public opinion and encourage a joint struggle for coexistence.
by Ali Al-Azhari
A Violent World: TV News Images of Middle Eastern Terror and War by Nitzan Ben-Shaul; and The Triumph of Military Zionism: Nationalism and the Origins of the Israeli Right by Colin Shindler.
by Sol Gittleman
by Heidi Basch
by Musa Al-Hindi
by Samih AI-Qassem
Chronology of Events
Compiled by Najat Hirbawi