Peace Studies

Compensation to Palestinian Refugees and the Search for Palestinian-Israeli Peace

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One of the core aspects of the Palestinian refugee question is that of compensation or reparations for Palestinian refugees forcibly displaced by the establishment of Israel.

Despite the importance of the issue, many of the complex technical issues compensation would entail have not received adequate attention. In this volume, a rich variety of contributors – including Palestinian, Israeli, and international scholars, analysts, and former officials – examine the topic from an array of legal, economic, and political perspectives.

In doing so, they cast new and important light on the way the issue has been approached in past negotiations, the structure of possible compensation regimes and potential challenges and obstacles to implementation.

About The Author

Rex Brynen is Professor of Political Science at McGill University. He is author, editor, or coeditor of eight books on various aspects of Palestinian and Middle East politics. He has served as a consultant for various governments, the World Bank and the UN.

Roula El-Rifai is a senior programme specialist with the Middle East Unit and the Governance, Security and Justice Programme Initiative at the International Development Research Centre in Ottawa. She is co-editor of Palestinian Refugees: Challenges of Repatriation and Development (2007).

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