1) The Palestinian situation will improve dramatically. The question is whether it will be as a result of Israeli cooperation, or as the result of fighting (e.g. diplomatically). 2) There will be no Israeli security presence between Jordan and the West Bank and Israel will have no control over what enters Gaza. 3) Israel's greatest security asset will be the secure borders of the Palestinian state. To the extent the border favors Israel it will degrade with time. Any settlement that is questionable will grow in importance as time passes. 4) The Palestinian state is secure. Already. 5) At this point Israel is a liability to the U.S. Politicians will still have to pander to Israeli interests, but policy makers will inevitably look for ways to reduce the price America will be paying for supporting Israel. As isolated as Israel may be now, it is likely to get much worse. If Israel pushes a little too hard against the Palestinian state, it will increase the dialogue in America, which is not in Israel's interest.
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from the article: Abbas: Britain and France would recognize Palestinian state