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The Prospects of Democracy and Economic Reform in the Arab World

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 August 2005

Amaney Jamal
Affiliation:
Princeton University (ajamal@princeton.edu)

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While it is hard to predict where the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will be in ten years, one thing is certain: a peaceful reconciliation between Israel and Palestine, based on a two-state solution that guarantees Palestinians and Israelis territorial integrity and security, would have a positive impact on economic and democratic developments in the Arab world. These developments, however, will not occur easily; such transitions are often chaotic, shocking, and painful.Amaney Jamal is assistant professor of politics at Princeton University (ajamal@princeton.edu).

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SYMPOSIUM: TEN YEARS FROM NOW
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© 2005 American Political Science Association

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