Israeli Economic Plans in Light of the Separate Settlement Accord

Abstract: 

This study, based on material translated from Hebrew sources, analyzes Israeli economic designs on the Arab states, as revealed in the context of the Camp David accords and the Egyptian-Israeli treaty. Within a month of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's trip to Israel, the Israeli press was full of articles and statements about "the peace economy and the economic peace", mostly reflecting long-held Israeli economic interests. In five chapters, the work discusses the following issues: the developmental stages of the Israeli economy and its relation to imperialist monopolies; conceptions of the so-called "peace economy"; the direct impact of the settlement treaty on the Israeli economy; medium-term economic cooperation with Egypt; and plans for future "cooperative projects" with Egypt and some of the Arab states.

E edition: 
First

About the Author(s)

Edited by:Samir Jabbour

Samir JABBOUR is a Palestinian from Western Galilee who obtained his MA degree in history from St. Joseph University in Beirut. He was a senior Hebraist and the head of the Translation Department at the IPS in Beirut.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Publisher(s):
Institute for Palestine Studies
Edition:
First
Publication Date:
1980
Language: Arabic (Translated from Hebrew)
Number of Pages:
215
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Original Price:
$5.00