The Palestinian refugee question is one of the central and most difficult aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict, and has long been a major stumbling block in Palestinian-Israeli negotiations. In turn, one of the core aspects of the refugee question is that of compensation for Palestinian refugees displaced by the establishment of Israel. Here, former Palestinian and Israeli negotiators and policy analysts, as well as internationally-renowned scholars, come together to examine the question of refugee compensation from a variety of legal, economic, technical, political and comparative perspectives. In doing so, it casts new and important light on the nature of the problem; the way the compensation issue has been approached in past negotiations; possible compensation regimes; and the social and political implications of these various approaches to refugee compensation. This is essential reading on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd.
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 216 x 134 mm
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