The political economy of the West Bank 1967-1987: from peripheralization to development – Adel Samara

2021-02-07T11:41:13+02:00February 10, 1989|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 14|Tags: |

The relation between the Israeli economy and the West Bank is a relation between two separate economies: between a developed capitalist mode of production dominant in one, and a controlled peripheral capitalist mode in the other. In this case, the relation is an external and settler-colonial one.

Arab Nationalism, the Palestinian Struggle and an Economic Scenario for a Potential Arab Unity – ‘Adel Samara

2020-12-05T14:32:06+02:00February 10, 1986|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 12|Tags: |

The bourgeois Arab nationalism failed to achieve its avowed aims: economic independence and the liberation of occupied Arab territory. Despite its failures, the Arab bourgeoisie still holds power throughout the Arab homeland, and has intentionally amplified the unevenness of economic development between the Arab countries.