Palestine Inside Out: An Everyday Occupation
What killed the two-state solution?
“The international community stood by and patted themselves on the back while Israel expanded the settlements and instituted a system of racial separation with exclusive rights for Jews. And this was called the peace process. Case closed. The question becomes not whether the two-state solution was ever possible, but whether it was ever preferable.” – Adam Horowitz
- Can the Two-State Solution Be Salvaged?
- The Growing Belief in a One-State Solution
- Israelis and Palestinians: Conflict and Resolution
- The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: the endgame
- Israel: The Alternative
- The Inevitable Bi-national Regime – [A critical evaluation of that thesis]
- A Palestinian State Has Become Impossibleand …
- Israeli Occupation filmed by 100 Palestinian Cameras
- Professor John Mearsheimer on the inevitability of the One State Solution
- Professor Saree Makdisi on Beyond Two States———–
“Many people on both sides recognize that the two-state outcome may not be as viable as it once was. […] We have to begin to think of creative ways to live together.” – Ahmed Moor
- A talk well worth listening to. Professor Walid Khalidi puts forward a strong case for a two-state solution.