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So You Don’t Like the Two-state Solution? Meet the One-state Model

If the two-state solution is no longer viable or sustainable, as some say, what are the alternatives for Israel and the Palestinians? A primer on knowing your unitary state from your federal state, and more

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The conventional wisdom in Israel in the last decade has been that the “two-state solution” to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is no longer an attainable or even a desirable option. This is so much the case that the issue has all but evaporated from the international agenda and public interest, and in four straight Israeli elections from 2019 to 2021, the “Palestinian issue” was conspicuously absent from almost all the parties’ campaigns

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