- Created: Tuesday, 25 November 2014
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The new framework presented in the “Two States in One Space” project proposes the creation of two independent states that enter into a voluntary union with greater flexibility and cooperation than the separation paradigm. This offers a more realistic response to the history and the present, and allows for a resolution that includes less sacrifice and trauma than other models. In such a vision, Israel and Palestine would exist as two sovereign nation states. Israel on 78% of the land and Palestine on 22%. Jerusalem would remain one urban space and a capital for two countries. Evacuation of over a hundred thousand Jews would be prevented. A real answer to the Palestinian refugee issue would be given. A guaranteed Jewish state with a Jewish majority would also be ensured.
- Created: Sunday, 20 November 1977
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This is IPCRI's analysis of the November 2016 escalation.
- Created: Thursday, 15 June 1995
- Written by IPCRI
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The report by the IPCRI Law and Development Program tracks commercial law development in the Palestinian territories and Israeli-Palestinian economic agreements. They also contain translation of relevant statutes and military orders, analyses of the present commercial law structures, and proposals for legal modernization and harmonization.
- Created: Friday, 28 February 1997
- Written by IPCRI
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The signing of the Oslo peace agreements between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization opens the road for social, economic and cultural development within Palestinian society. The laws created by the Palestinian Legislative Council must not only reflect this hope but ensure that such progress can take place in a speedy and efficient manner.
- Created: Tuesday, 15 December 1998
- Written by IPCRI, Gershon Baskin Ph.D. & Zakaria al Qaq, Ph.D.
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This paper aimes to serve as an evaluation of the concept of border industrial zones between Israel and Palestine. The paper examines the way they developed and what some of the prospects and problems the first zone, the Gaza Industrial Estate (GIE), is confronting with regard to attracting investors. The Gaza Industrial Estate is meant to serve as a model of economic development in the Palestinian Authority areas and a model for economic cooperation between the PA and Israel.
- Created: Monday, 16 April 2001
- Written by IPCRI
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During 2000, IPCRI convened 48 Town-Hall Meetings in 9 different refugee camps in the West Bank and Gaza. In all, hundreds of refugees took part in some of the most intensive and comprehensive discussions concerning their future that have ever taken place. In March of 2001 a survey was conducted with 1600 respondents. This report relates to the town meetings held in the refugee camps. The results of the survey are in a separate document entitled "Democratizing the Refugee Issue – Survey Results."
- Democratizing the Refugee Issue - Survey Results
- Israeli-Palestinian Business and Economic Cooperation
- Allow the Statehood Logic to Prevail: A Palestinian State Now
- Creating the Palestinian State – Gaza First
- Microfinance in Palestine in 2005: Overview of Impact and Potential Recommendations
- Kerem Shalom as a Model for Organizing the International Borders of the Palestinian Authority
- Water Imports – An Alternative Solution to Water Scarcity in Israel, Palestine, and Jordan?
- Needs Analysis: Downtown East Jerusalem Businesses
- Summary: Economic and Political Change in Palestine
- Analysis and Evaluation of the New Palestinian Curriculum Report I (2003)
- Analysis and Evaluation of the New Palestinian Curriculum Report II (2004)
- Analysis and Evaluation of the New Palestinian Curriculum Report III (2006)
- Jerusalem, the Capitals of Two States (2005)
- A Strategy for Cooperative Regional Export Marketing of Agricultural Products