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Population Change and Political Transitions Demography in Israel / Palestine : Trends , Prospects , Policy Implications

@inproceedings{DellaPergola2001PopulationCA,
  title={Population Change and Political Transitions Demography in Israel / Palestine : Trends , Prospects , Policy Implications},
  author={Sergio DellaPergola},
  year={2001}
}
Background Population variables and processes are intimately and crucially related to the past, present and future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This paper reviews some of the main demographic trends among Jews and Arabs in Israel and Palestine, presents some new population projections covering the period 2000-2050, and discusses some possible policy implications of the emerging demographic scenarios. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict stems from ideological, historical, religious and… 
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