The financial aftermath of Israel’s war on Gaza: Who will bear the costs? | Israel-Palestine conflict


The United Nations estimates that the cost of rebuilding Gaza after Israel’s war will amount to billions of dollars. The toll on human lives has been immeasurable, with countless casualties and widespread devastation.

The economic ramifications of the conflict are also significant, raising questions about who will bear the financial burden of reconstruction. Will Israel take responsibility for contributing to the rebuilding efforts in the communities it has ravaged with its airstrikes?

James Bays hosts a panel discussion with expert guests to delve into these pressing issues:
– Tamer Qarmout, Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies and a native of Gaza.
– Helin Sari Ertem, Associate Professor of International Relations at Istanbul Medeniyet University, specializing in Turkish foreign policy.
– Sultan Barakat, Professor of Public Policy at Hamad Bin Khalifa University and author of the report, “After the Conflict: Reconstruction and Development in the Aftermath of War.”


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