Economic Cooperation In The Middle East

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Economic Cooperation In The Middle East

Edited by Gideon Fishelson
Westview Press, 1989
372 pp. $39.50

There is an air of unreality about this book. It lays out many possibilities of economic cooperation and development involving Israel and Arab states (including a Marshall Plan equivalent) that, given present political conditions, cannot be brought into being. The idea of peace through mutually beneficial economic projects has a long and sad history in the area. The volume does contain useful data and analyses on a wide range of economic problems, however, mainly but not only by Israeli authors.

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