The resolution of the ongoing dispute about the West Bank and Gaza Strip will likely depend on the outcome of peace negotiations between Israeli and Palestinian leaders. As the future of the Palestinian people arguably rests on what happens after peace becomes a reality, RAND has focused on and recommended policies for economic and infrastructure development in a post-peace era.
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Center for Middle East Public Policy
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This report makes comparisons between the camp refugees and the noncamp population near Jalazon, Jordan, and records observations that may be applied to the camps on the West Bank in general.
The 1967 Six Day War united economies of different structure and levels of development — Israel and the West Bank and the Gaza Strip — and disrupted past economic ties between the occupied territories and other Arab states.
A study of Israeli views on the disposition of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Outlines the changes in policies of the Israel military authorities during the initial period of occupation of the West Bank of Jordan. The Israel government's primary concern after June 1967 was to maintain a secure military position on the West Ba...