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Israel-Palestine: One Solution, Two States Politique étrangère, Vol. 89, No. 2, Summer 2024

First proposed in 1936, the two-state solution has got lost over the course of several Israeli-Arab wars, colonization, the failure of the Oslo Accords, and the strategies of Israeli governments seeking rapprochement with certain Arab regimes. But it is currently the only imaginable solution. The numerous obstacles in its path could be overcome if the United States and its allies decided to impose it on the Israelis and Palestinians in opposition to their short-term visions.

Historian, essayist, former Israeli ambassador to France, Élie Barnavi headed the Center for International Studies at Tel Aviv University and is the co-founder of the Museum of Europe in Brussels.

Article published dans Politique étrangère, Vol. 89, No. 2, Summer 2024.

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