TITLE

THE PEACE BUSINESS: MONEY AND POWER IN THE PALESTINE-ISRAEL CONFLICT (Book)

AUTHOR(S)
Rhodes, Fred
PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Middle East;Jul2004, Issue 347, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on the book "The Peace Business: Money and Power in the Palestine-Israel Conflict," written by Markus Bouillon. This book is an important new analysis of the' Road Map' for peace in a region that continues to be at the centre of the world's attention. Markus Bouillon examines the vital role that money and business has played in the process, honestly analysing all sides in the affair. The book is a study of the evolution and consequences of business cooperation in the Middle East during the years of the peace process that was shattered by the eruption of the September 2000 Intifada.
ACCESSION #
13719458

 

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