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Political Economy of the Peace Process in a Changing Middle East, The

  • Author: UNU
  • Publication date: March 1997
  • Page count: 82
  • Language(s) in this book: English
  • Sales number: 96.III.A.21

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In the Middle East, the interaction between economic and political factors, issues and processes have always been strong. The fact that this region became a fundamentally important source of oil, brought it into the most direct and strategic interests of the Western world. The peace process between Israel and the Arab countries is a new example of specific regional character of the interactions between politics and economics. This important study analyzes the peace process in a broader, global and regional context and in a historical perspective.