War Profits, Peace Dividends and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

War Profits, Peace Dividends and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Bichler, Shimshon and Nitzan, Jonathan. (2002). News From Within. Vol. XVIII. No. 4, April. pp. 14-19. (Article - Magazine; English).


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The conflict in Israel – Palestine will not be settled in the streets of Nablus and the shacks of the Jenin Refugee Camp. The real war lays elsewhere, in the boardrooms of the multinationals where the vanguard of the arms and oil industries are leading a resurgence against the forces of the new global capital.



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BN Crisis
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Jonathan Nitzan

Date Deposited

27 Sep 2004

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30 Mar 2016 22:27



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