Cover: The Costs of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Executive Summary

The Costs of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Executive Summary

(Arabic translation)

Published Nov 23, 2015

by C. Ross Anthony, Daniel Egel, Charles P. Ries, Mary E. Vaiana

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This is an Arabic translation of an executive summary of a study estimating the net costs and benefits if the long-standing conflict between Israelis and Palestinians follows its current trajectory over the next ten years, relative to five other possible trajectories that the conflict could take. The goal of the analysis is to give all parties comprehensive, reliable information about available choices and their expected costs and consequences.

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