Israel's Dwindling Chance to Oppose an Unjust One-state Future

The idea that settlement numbers have passed a 'red line' and their existence is irreversible is becoming more mainstream. But Israel should beware of being carried away by such self-fulfilling prophecies.

“The two-state solution is dead! Long live the two-state solution!” has resonated as the battle-call of the decade, a nostalgic swan song of the halcyon days of hope of the Oslo era. But the past week or so has seen a hushed gathering of liberal intellectuals around the deathbed of the Israeli-Palestine dilemma and a two-state solution.