Two State Solution

The Pressing Need For A Two-State Strategy

08/02/2016 - 10:26
Special To The Jewish Week

There is almost universal agreement that a two-state solution — Israel as a Jewish and democratic state and Palestine as a state for the Palestinians — is not going to happen in the foreseeable future. The question is: What should Israel do to deal with this reality? 

Robert Sugarman

Trump Aide: Two States ‘Not A Given’

Israel adviser Greenblatt, in Jewish Week interview, suggests ‘single-state solution.’

07/13/2016 - 08:25
Staff Writer

Just because successive U.S. administrations have pushed a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict does not mean it is the only approach, according to the two Israel advisers of Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Greenblatt: “Need to relook at” long-held U.S. policy.

The Sorry State Of The Two-State Solution

Nothing is happening. But that may change before Obama leaves office.

04/20/2016 - 08:48
Editor and Publisherr

For good or for bad, no one is talking seriously about getting Israelis and Palestinians back to the peace table these days.

Gary Rosenblatt

Helping Israelis And Palestinians Build A Grassroots Peace

03/17/2016 - 11:33

Advancing two states for two peoples, a Zionist necessity, has never been more urgent.   Those of us who share this vision must find concrete and effective vehicles to support its fulfillment.  One way is to constantly encourage Israeli and Palestinian leaders to make progress toward peace, and to press for the United States to play an active facilitating role. Equally important, we should seek opportunities to build positive Israeli-Palestinian engagement at the grassroots level.  A true and lasting peace requires genuine reconciliation between peoples, not just the signatures of leaders on treaties.

Martin J. Raffel

Back To The Table, This Time With Kerry

Israeli-Palestinian talks expected to launch in D.C., but expectations are low.
07/23/2013 - 20:00
Staff Writer

Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are expected to begin talks in Washington next week, but hardly anyone believes they will lead to an end-of-conflict peace treaty.

Israel Should Act Now

If two-state solution fails, no good options will remain.
07/23/2013 - 20:00
Editor and Publisher

My first response on learning of Secretary of State John Kerry’s announcement of the “basis” for a resumption of peace talks between Jerusalem and the Palestinian Authority was the old saw, “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.”

Gary Rosenblatt
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