Certainly, Biden will neither be a saviour for the Palestinians, nor for peace, but likely he will be a saviour for the peace process (with the emphasis on the process). Furthermore, in the economic sphere, the Biden Administration will continue offering … Continue reading Biden Presidency, Palestine-Israel, and the Prospects for Peace
Five Rules of Thumb: The EU has to reform it politics, before it reforms aid; The EU has to be a player NOT a payer in the peace process; The EU intervention has to be reformed regardless of Kerry’s failure … Continue reading The EU As Payer Not Player: Subsidising Occupation?
Since 1993 the international community has invested more than $24 billion into ‘peace and development’ in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). That aid was meant originally to support the Oslo Peace Process through economic development. However, neither peace nor development … Continue reading Unwilling to Change, Determined to Fail:Donor Aid in Occupied Palestine in the aftermath of the Arab Uprisings
The Oslo Accords not only left the Palestinian people much worse off politically; they also devastated the economy of those living under Israeli occupation despite the $23 billion-plus that donors have poured into the territory. What’s worse, Wildeman and Tartir … Continue reading Can Oslo’s Failed Aid Model Be Laid to Rest?
Over the past twenty years, the donor community has invested more than $23 billion into ‘peace and development’ in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). However, neither peace nor development has been achieved, is any closer to being achieved, and in … Continue reading Donor Aid in Occupied Palestine in the aftermath of the Arab Uprisings