The Palestinian Strategic Report 2012-2013

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Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh
Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies & Consultations, 30‏/06‏/2015 - 400 من الصفحات
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 This annual referential report, has become an essential classic in the academic realm of Palestinian Studies. It includes the latest and most recent statistical and analytic data on the various developments related to the Palestinian issue.

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Al-Zaytouna Center for Studies and Consultations in Beirut has published the Palestinian Strategic Report 2012-2013 (PSR).

The Palestinian Strategic Report (PSR) is one of al-Zaytouna’s most important academic studies, published periodically in both English and Arabic. Today, it can be surely asserted that PSR is a must reference for every researcher and academic who are interested in the contemporary developments of the Palestinian issue and the Arab-Israeli conflict. The PSR reviews biennially the various developments concerning the Palestinian question in a comprehensive, objective and academic manner. It offers a wealth of data, up-to-date statistics, and analyzes and offers an outlook of future events.

The PSR 2012–2013 falls in 400 pages and seven chapters. Edited by Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh, PSR 2012–2013 was written by 13 specialized researchers, and reviewed by three consultants. The seven chapters cover the internal Palestinian scene, the Israeli-Palestinian scene, the Palestinian issue and the Arab world, the Palestinian issue and the Muslim world, the Palestinian issue and the international situation, the land and the holy sites, and the demographic, economic and educational Indicators.

 

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Table of Contents
11
List of Contributors
17
Introduction
25
The Caretaker Government in the GS
38
Internal Palestinian Relations
51
Security Forces and Security Coordination
57
Introduction
71
The Most Prominent Demographic Economic
88
Demolition of Buildings
306
Bypass Roads and Checkpoints
310
Conclusion
311
Demographic Economic and Educational Indicators
319
Introduction
321
The Demographic Characteristics of Palestinians
324
The Palestinian Refugees
332
Demographic Growth Trends
335

Aggression and Resistance
108
The Peace Process
115
Conclusion
126
Introduction
139
Stances and Roles of Some Key Countries
142
Developments of Normalization
172
Arab Publics Position and Its Directions
178
Introduction
191
Iran
202
Malaysia
214
Introduction
227
The European Union EU
237
Japan
249
Conclusion
257
Introduction
267
Jerusalems Population Under Occupation
281
Judaization and Settlement in Jerusalem
288
Political Developments Concerning Jerusalem
299
Economic Indicators in the WB and GS
336
GDP per Capita in PA Territories
342
Public Debt
345
The PAs General Budget Ramallah
347
General Budget of the GS Caretaker Government
348
Work and Unemployment
350
Development of Industrial Activity
352
Development of Agricultural Activity
354
Trade
355
PAs External Financing
358
Economic Expectations for the PA on the Short and Medium Run
362
Educational Indicators in the WB and GS
363
Basic and Secondary Education
364
University Education
368
University and Community Colleges
371
Conclusion
372
Index
379
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