June 15, 2012

Israel Should Try West Bank Disengagement

Rafael Frankel, The National Interest

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Seven years after Israel’s unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip, and twelve years after the same move from southern Lebanon, Israeli policy makers are once again debating the merits of another unilateral withdrawal—this time from parts of the West Bank east of the security barrier.

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TAGGED: West Bank, Palestinians, Israel

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