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At a time of constant change in the diplomatic and political debate, Imagining a Shared Future: Perspectives on Law, Conflict and Economic Development in the Middle East contributes to the discussion and development of solutions to the stagnating economic situation in Palestine.
All too often economic aspects of the development of this region, and their role in building a sustainable future, are ignored or considered in sectoral or thematic isolation. Imagining a Shared Future: Perspectives on Law, Conflict and Economic Development in the Middle East brings together a variety of papers from multiple disciplines, written by experts from the region and beyond, with a view to breaking some of this isolated thinking.
From the longstanding question of the return of refugees, to the treatment of the Bedouin population of Israel, to the concept of spacio-cide and the destruction of land and land rights, this compilation offers the reader the opportunity to reconsider issues with new insights and face some of the challenges that must be met in the move for reform and development.
Imagining a Shared Future: Perspectives on Law, Conflict and Economic Development in the Middle East not only provides original analyses and ideas about Israeli, Palestinian and international legislation and actors, investment, funding, and particular economic sectors, but also considers how more subtle issues such as limited legal frameworks or misuse of legislation and tax regimes, all create obstacles to economic development and a sustainable future.
Imagining a Shared Future: Perspectives on Law, Conflict and Economic Development in the Middle East should be read by policy makers, scholars, economists, activists and businessmen, particularly those interested in economic development in the Middle East, but also by anyone wanting a deeper understanding of the realities and obstacles arising out of the Israeli Occupation of the Palestinian Territories which block economic development, a sustainable future, and an end to conflict.