Inducing a Failed State in Palestine

  title={Inducing a Failed State in Palestine},
  author={Yezid Sayigh},
  pages={39 - 7}
Delivering Aid Without Government: International Aid and Civil Society Engagement in the Recovery and Reconstruction of the Gaza Strip
The 2008 Israeli war on Gaza, with its large scale destruction and loss of human life, required a large scale intervention by international donors (transnational aid actors) to support Gaza’s
The European Union’s Role in the Palestinian Territory after the Oslo Accords: Stillborn State-building
  • Dimitris Bouris
  • Political Science
    Journal of Contemporary European Research
  • 2010
The aim of this paper is to shed light on the debate about the European Union (EU)’s role as a state-builder in the case of the Palestinian Territory and in particular the extent to which EU policies
The transition to lower fertility in the West Bank and Gaza Strip: evidence from recent surveys
Palestinian fertility rates, historically among the highest in the world, began to slow especially in the West Bank, but stalled in Gaza during the recent Intifada, according to data from three national-level surveys conducted in 1995, 2000, and 2004.
Unintended Consequences of State-building Projects in Contested States: The EU in Palestine
ABSTRACT The existing literature on state-building has focused mainly on post-conflict cases and ‘conventional’ examples of statehood, without taking into consideration the particularities of states
Evidence from Palestine
develop • To what extent do changes in the economic conditions of the local population influence conflicts? We address this question by providing the first systematic evidence on the
Self-perceptions of well-being in professional helpers and volunteers operating in war contexts
Qualitative research with 61 health professionals and volunteer workers found Palestinian health providers see promotion of economic development and professional growth, involvement in political and social life, and resistance to the occupation as factors required to enhance well-being and quality of life for themselves and their clients.
The European Union's role in the Palestinian Territories: state-building through Security Sector Reform?
Abstract The aim of this article is to shed light on the distinctive role of the EU in Security Sector Reform (SSR) in the case of the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs) and examine how SSR has
TVolume 10, Issue 2
  • 2022
Decolonizing Palestine: Hamas between the Anticolonial and the Postcolonial
In the current postcolonial setting, which looks an awful lot like a past colo­ nial one, Palestinians are not allowed to dream about a future. Time collapses into anachronistic contemporaneity in