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11 Peacebuilding and democratization efforts that go beyond symbolic elections or refugee resettlements (both of which can be decisively counterproductive if not pursued as part of a well-planned greater peacebuilding strategy) have to be matched with cooperation by the people and leaders in post-war societies if the momentum for external assistance is to be maintained. Post-conﬂict peace- 32 ALBRECHT SCHNABEL building is a costly exercise, and those paying for it (the citizens of the countries involved in assisting these efforts) need to be assured that their investment in regional peace and security will pay off eventually.
The Middle East is far from reaching that goal. The countries would ideally have similar and shared cultures, ethnicity, religion, and history. Although this might be the case for a majority of countries in the Middle East (Islamic religion, Arab culture), opposition to the state of Israel and Zionism is highly explosive. Further, members of a security community should enjoy a common history of cooperation or war. Clearly, the Middle East has seen its share of war, but that has not yet been translated into a common desire to dedicate regional cooperation to the promotion of peace (as has been the case in, for example, post–World War II Western Europe).
Democratization efforts stabilize a society to the point where badly needed outside economic assistance will enter the rebuilding process. 12 The pitfalls of democratization Democratization in violently divided societies nonetheless bears its risks. Rapid economic and political transition can lead to intolerable displacement of those who suffered most during the war – those whose property has been destroyed, the internally displaced, the elderly, children, and women. Post-war transition has to be gradual and sustainable, and it has to offer justice for those (on all sides of a conﬂict) who have to overcome grave psychological traumas before they can grasp the opportunities offered by political and economic transition.