Reawakening: The New, Broader Middle East by Jerry Rosenberg

By Jerry Rosenberg

In Reawakening: the hot, Broader center East, Jerry Rosenberg proposes a realistic set of types and flow-charts for a reinvented Marshall Plan of the region's twenty-eight international locations. Following an in depth evaluate of the 1948 ecu restoration application (the Marshall Plan), Rosenberg illustrates the similarities and ameliorations among a post-World battle II rebuilding and reconstruction attempt within the center East. He concentrates at the Israeli-Palestinian clash and Iraq. As with the unique Marshall Plan, Reawakening specializes in neighborhood fiscal integration, recommended associations and kinds of governance, in order that a extra strong and filthy rich center East might be built.

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CONGRESS/UNITED NATIONS MIDDLE EAST RECOVERY PROGRAM Introduction 11 MIDDLE EAST COMMUNITY-28 NATIONS STABILITY AND PROSPERITY “A Palestinian state will require a vibrant economy where honest enterprise is encouraged by honest government,” President Bush said. ” His orientation and focus appears to be on Palestine; now his words must turn into deeds. Much work remains to be carried out during the president’s second term. The President’s strategy for a final peace arrangement between the Palestinians and Israelis will be different, by necessity, from those of past administrations, especially that of Bill Clinton.

These stop-gap measures may prove insufficient. Palestinians working in Israel helped bring unemployment down from over 20 percent to under 14 percent. But, with the Palestinian population of approximately 3 million in the territories (West Bank and Gaza Strip) and East Jerusalem growing at a world-high rate of 4 percent, robust job creation is an absolute necessity. ) In the first six years (1993-1999) of the Palestinian Authority (PA), when foreign donors provided more than $3 billion in aid, Saudi Arabia and most other Arab states kept a conspicuous distance.

Throughout the campaign Olmert’s cry was for disengagement from the majority of Palestinians within four years. It remains to be seen whether this is merely rhetoric. Does it call for the closing of doors, without economic or cross-border trade? Hopefully not. In addition, without anyone realizing it, the West Bank and Gaza Strip may be transformed into two separate entities, where most of the ministers will be Gazans, and the Gaza Strip will become the Palestinian Authority’s main headquarters.

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