Why Peace Doesn't Pay

Benn, Aluf
May 2001
Foreign Policy;May/Jun2001, Issue 124, p64
Focuses on the peace process between the Israelis and Palestinians which is affected by their economic conditions. How Israel's market isolation in the 1980s conditioned the country to remain in the peace process; Details on the Israeli policy toward the Palestinians; Economic benefit of the peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.


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