Tag Archives: Two State Solution

One State Options?

There are those who argue that the possibility of a two state solution is eroding, that the more settlements grow and the longer that there is an absence of an agreement, the less likely it is that any two state … Continue reading

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First Do No Harm

There are those who like to apply the anti-drunk driving catch phrase, “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk,” in reference to the American-Israeli relationship. They argue that Israelis and potentially the Palestinians as well are too drunk, too intoxicated, too … Continue reading

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When Non-Violence is Violence

When does the use of non-violent tactics cease to be non-violent? When does non-violence instead become violence? Marches on borders with the dismantling of security barriers, even if conducted entirely without firing guns and lobbing missiles, do violence. Take a … Continue reading

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