White papers and partition recommendations are not relevant anymore. Non binding= non important. Who cares and who looks at them. The only binding thing is direct negotiations between palestinians and Israel. At the end of the day, in the absence of solution it might be an American mandate compelling to both parts. A type of recommendation "difficult" to reject. However, I wonder, how will an American map of the final status of territories look like? Clinton proposals ? Taba proposals? Lets remain that the later were not accepted by the palestinians. I bet that any American proposal will look the same. Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem will be annexed to Israel and Arab neighborhoods will be part of the palestinian state. Obviously, refugees will not be rellocated in Israel. The question is who will dare to reject the American mandate. ? I have a bet: the palestinians.
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