The Viability of the Palestinian State and Israel’s Settlement Policy

Posted in 1999 Papers

The paper discusses how settlements are undermining the feasibility of creating a viable, contiguous Palestinian state. It gives a background on the geopolitical situation in Palestine, and then discusses the Israeli policy of land expropriation. In addition, the paper presents the financial incentives offered to Israeli settlers, and how settlements affect demography, agriculture, and the population density.

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