Misunderstood peace dividends

Losman, Donald
December 1999
Christian Science Monitor;12/22/99, Vol. 92 Issue 20, p10
Contends that peace dividends in the Arab-Israeli conflict are not the solution for peace. Five conditions a peace treaty would have to meet to ensure economic development as well as peace.


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