Eran Yashiv is a professor of economics at Tel Aviv University and a research fellow at the Centre for Macroeconomics of the London School of Economics
Israel could act behind the scenes to establish an international task force, without being part of it. It would bring together experts and include European countries acceptable to both sides
There are two entities here, with the State of Dan carrying the State of Judea on its back as the latter becomes more and more religious and extremist.
This division isn’t arbitrary, and could solve many of our problems. Splitting Israel into Dan and Judea doesn’t even set a precedent.
When the people headed into the streets to protest or when more than half a million people voted for Yesh Atid, their minds weren’t focused on the question of how to change things in this country; they were only thinking about results.