Since 1948 Gaza has been the neglected stepchild of the Palestine question, unwanted by either side because of the enormity of its social, economic and political problems.
Special Report – The Sixteenth GCC Heads-of-State Summit: Insights and Indications
U.S. Economic Aid to The West Bank and Gaza Strip: The Politics of Peace
Symposium – Development Assistance to the Middle East: Critical Perspectives
American Aid to Egypt, 1975-96: Peace Without Development
Introduction: Reinventing U.S. Foreign Assistance
The Strategic Functions of U.S. Aid to Israel
USAID in Jordan
Can U.S. Economic Assistance Alter Syria’s Posture Toward Israel?
Ali Banuazizi and Myron Weiner, editors
When the Soviet Communist monolith collapsed in December 1991, five Muslim states emerged as Central Asian Republics (CARs).