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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Aid, diplomacy and facts on the ground.
London : Chatham House, 2005
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Keating; Anne Le More; Robert Lowe; Royal Institute of International Affairs.
|Description:||xxiii, 232 pages : illustrations, color maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. International assistance to the Palestinian people: the context. Hard lessons from Oslo: foreign aid and the mistake of the 1990s / Nigel Roberts --
Are 'realities on the ground' compatible with the international state-building and development agenda? / Anne Le More --
Chequebook diplomacy: the US, the Oslo process and the role of foreign aid / Scott Lasensky --
'Security first' and its implications for a viable Palestinian state / Mushtaq H. Khan --
pt. 2. The impact of international assistance (1) the human and socio-economic dimention. Human security challenges in the occupied Palestinian territory / Claude Bruderlein --
The impact of the Oslo accords on UNRWA's funding / Harish Parvathanemi --
Palestinian perceptions of international assistance / Nader Said --
Future economic arrangements between Israel and the Palestinians: an Israeli perspective / Jimmy Weinblatt --
pt. 3. The impact of international assistance (2) the political dimension. The state-building project: what went wrong? / Karma Nabulsi --
Donor aid to Palestine: attitudes, incentives, patronage and peace / Rex Brynen --
'Do no harm': the impact of international assistance to the occupied Palestinian territory / Mary B. Anderson --
Israel's aid responsibilities toward the Palestinian population / Yossi (Joseph) Alpher --
pt. 4. Dilemmas posed by the working environment. The dilemma of aid under occupation / David Shearer and Anuschka Meyer --
Donor security challenges in the Palestinian territories / Larry Garber --
'Victims of war are not like victims of earthquake': the conflict between humanitarianism and political work / Jeff Halper --
pt. 5. Policy implications for future assistance in the context of Israeli withdrawal plans. The risks and opportunities of the Israeli disengagement plan / Geoffrey Aronson --
Developing the Gaza Strip in the event of Israel's disengagement: possibilites and constraints / Sara Roy --
pt. VI. Appendices.
|Responsibility:||edited by Michael Keating, Anne Le More and Robert Lowe.|
"The contributors know the scene from the grassroots and donor community vantage points. Their views on the lessons to be learned from the experiences of the last decade of peacemaking and resumed
- Economic assistance -- Palestine.
- Gaza Strip.
- Palestine -- Foreign relations.
- Palestine -- Foreign economic relations.
- Palestine -- Foreign relations -- Israel.
- Israel -- Foreign relations -- Palestine.
- Economic assistance, Israeli.
- Economic assistance.
- International economic relations.
- Diplomatic relations.
- Middle East -- Palestine.