Posts Tagged: Two-state Solution
David Friedman’s approach to the issue of peace is clear enough: Whatever Israel’s right-wing government wants, the United States should give.
But Israel’s security would be better served by leaders committed to preserving Israel as a democratic state and engaging in serious peace negotiations with the Palestinians.
Despite Washington's move toward detente with Iran, other regional conflicts — especially in Israel-Palestine, where an "intifada of knives" is underway — are looking as volatile as ever.
Our own progress against racism in the United States remains too recent, too fragile, and too incomplete to go on abetting apartheid in Israel.
The only silver lining to the Israeli prime minister's surprisingly strong reelection victory is that Washington and Brussels might finally get fed up with him.
As more European governments line up to recognize a Palestinian state, Israel (and the U.S.) look more isolated than ever.
Do the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks herald the end of the two-state solution? If so, what comes next?
In the upcoming Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, the issue will be what it has always been: will there be an end to the Israeli occupation and an agreement on the borders of a Palestinian state?
Both Israel and the United States seek to quash expectations that the visit will jump-start the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Two recent polls find that Palestinians are drifting towards Hamas and are more willing to engage in violent resistance to free themselves of occupation.