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Summary Introduction The Palestinian Territory has been separated geographically since 1949, when Jordan gained control over the West Bank and Egypt over the Gaza Strip. Prior to that, both areas were ruled by the British (from WWI to 1948). Following
Twenty Years after Oslo and the Paris Protocol: Reassessment and Possible Modifications
Introduction The Paris Protocol (PP) was the agreement that shaped the economic regime in the Palestinian economy after Oslo had been signed in 1994. The PP was supposed to sustain prosperous economic development, an essential ingredient for the success of
Some Aspects of the Reconstruction of Gaza
Summary Gaza has suffered drastically since the beginning of the siege in 2006. In addition, it has witnessed continuous military operations, with more severe eruptions in 2009, 2012 and lately in 2014. These operations left Gaza with massive destruction, poor
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Twenty Years after Oslo and the Paris Protocol: Changing Course, Averting Crisis – From Dependency to Economic Sovereignty
In June 2013, the Aix Group finished a study, entitled:” Twenty Years after Oslo and the Paris Protocol: Changing Course, Averting Crisis – From Dependency to Economic Sovereignty”. In this work Aix Group proposes modifications to the Paris Protocols agreement