Israel and the Palestinians: Prospects for a Two-State Solution
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 39 pages
Contents: (1) The Two-State Debate in Context; (2) Recent Developments: Obama¿s Cairo Speech and Subsequent Diplomacy; Netanyahu¿s Speech and the PLO Reaction; Fayyad¿s Plan ¿ A De Facto Palestinian State; Hamas¿s Political Positioning; Evaluating Previous Negotiations: Signs of Progress or of Setbacks?; (3) Going Forward; (4) Changes Since Oslo: Middle East Geopolitics; Violence and Palestinian Factionalism; The Rise of Hamas and Divided Palestinian Rule; (5) Different Pathways to a Two-State Solution; Palestinian Statehood Before a Final-Status Agreement?: De Facto State; Main Unanswered Question: Jerusalem; (6) Alternatives to a Two-State Solution; (7) U.S. Policy: Debate Over the U.S. Approach.
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