Using the 1947 Marshall Plan as a guide for reconstruction and rehabilitation of western Europe following World War II, this volume anticipates the need for U.S. financial aid of billions of dollars to serve as the glue for stability and peace throughout the region of the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia, including Pakistan and Afghanistan. As with the Marshall Plan, demands for regional economic integration are described with a model for a potential economic community of 28 nations, composed of one billion people.
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About the Author
Jerry M. Rosenberg is Director of the Center for Middle East Business Studies and Professor of International Business at Rutgers University.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Before and Following September 11, 2001 Chapter 4 The Marshall Plan Chapter 5 The Middle East Recovery Program Act Chapter 6 The Path Towards Economic Integration Chapter 7 JIPTA, MEFTA, MENAFTA, MENACAFTA, & MEC Chapter 8 Present at the Creation Chapter 9 References Chapter 10 About the Author Chapter 11 Index