The solution for Israelis and Palestinians: a parallel state structure
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Growing US-Israeli tension over continued East Jerusalem settlement construction – which the White House appears unable to stop – underscores a deeper reality: The two-state solution is no longer possible. What are the alternatives? For the past few years, the idea of a “parallel states” structure has been discussed, suggesting a scenario with a two-states structure on the same land, both states covering the whole territory, both providing the freedom for their citizens – Israelis and Palestinians – to live between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River.
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|Specialist publication or newspaper||Christian Science Monitor|
|Publication status||Published - 2010 Apr 8|
|Publication category||Popular science|