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  1. 1. The Problematic Scope of the Palestinian Diaspora
  2. Building a Successful Palestinian State
  3. Palestinian Nation-Building Reaches Halfway Point | Voice of America - English

1. The Problematic Scope of the Palestinian Diaspora

Among numerous examples are the first planned Palestinian city in the West Bank and the first private equity fund aimed at developing small and medium-sized Palestinian businesses. However, as a new document demonstrates, too many items are either unfunded or have funding pending.

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The Palestinians require international support to succeed in their attempt to prepare for successful independence and changed the strategic landscape in favour of peace. Financial and technical assistance is indispensable, as is political protection for the programme from the United States. In a recent Cif article, Ben White outlined the obstacles to this programme posed by the Israeli occupation, and these serious concerns demonstrate the extent of political protection, as well as financial and technical support, the plan will require if it is to succeed.

International interest in the agenda as a parallel track to diplomacy is growing, but the programme deserves a good deal more attention than it has received thus far. Billions of dollars have been pledged in international support for the PA but little has been delivered and the Palestinian government continues to live hand to mouth.

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This is utterly unacceptable, and contributes to both instability and lack of progress towards peace. The Palestinian ability to transform international support into serious governmental programmes has been demonstrated by the success of the new security forces, a model of cooperation that needs to be extended to all levels of administration and institution building in the occupied territories.

Building a Successful Palestinian State

Israel was initially deeply suspicious of the new security forces, however the programme received financial, technical and political backing from the United States and went forward nonetheless. Briefcase Print Send. PE Advanced Search Our search engine enables you to query for specific data on the site.

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Palestinian Nation-Building Reaches Halfway Point | Voice of America - English

Chapter after chapter run through the authors' thoughts to create their model society for Palestinians without betraying the slightest hint of awareness that fifty years' experience with international aid has shown the disastrous effect of such an approach. The report makes only a slight passing references to the extraordinary amounts of aid pumped into the Palestinian territories after the Oslo accords—aid that led to corruption and social distortions which undermined the Palestinian Authority's ability to function effectively.

The RAND authors would exacerbate the central problem of Palestinian society—a refusal to take responsibility for itself but instead blaming outsiders for all problems and expecting foreigners to rescue them. Also, a-Cadillac-rather-than-Chevy-approach pervades the study. The authors' point of reference seems to be the infrastructure and facilities characteristic of Europe and North America, not those of low-income, developing countries.

Finally, the three volumes share the central organizing image of an "arc" formed by a high-speed railroad linking the major population areas of Gaza and the West Bank.