April 10, 2012

Two-State Solution Is Officially Dead

Robert Wright, The Atlantic

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Last week I posted a piece called "The Two-State Solution on Its Deathbed." I argued that the pervasiveness of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, combined with the realities of Israeli politics, left only a slim and rapidly diminishing chance that a two-state solution could be salvaged.

Apparently I was being too optimistic.

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