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Israel and the Palestinians are engaged in a complicated multi-layered conflict. Even though ongoing efforts are made to terminate the conflict between the two sides and various models are used and tried in order reach a Modus Vivendi
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The East Asian Growth Regime and Political Development The East Asian Growth Regime and Political Development 
Countries must break away from this vicious circle before they can initiate the process of economic take-off. The question is how to do this
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