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Palestinian Statehood after October 7: Any Odds of Success?

The war in Gaza is far from over, but whatever the ceasefire or truce agreements, the question remains: what next? The terrorist action undertaken by Hamas on October 7, 2023, unprecedented in its scale and brutality, and the equally unprecedented Israeli retaliation, which claimed lives of many thousands of Palestinians to result in a major humanitarian catastrophe, shocked the world community. However, interpretations of this new explosion of violence in the Middle East, as well as of other conflicts in a divided world, differ significantly. Israel ...


I Think We Do Not Overstate The Danger

... state is unavoidable. And the discussions, which are taking place around the future of Gaza, most of them avoid concentration on the implementation of resolutions of the Security Council to create a Palestinian state next to Israel, coexisting with Israel in peace and security. Borders were indicated as being the 1967 borders, capital is East Jerusalem. All this has never been cancelled by the United Nations. Question: Can I touch upon something you said there, the resolutions that were put forward by Russia twice as well, rejected, vetoed by the US. Do you think that was because Washington didn't agree what was in those resolutions, or was ...


Palestine-Israel Talks: Temporary Deadlock or Total Failure?

... population swapped, i.e. to exchange the Arab Triangle (settlements with 30,000 Arabs in the eastern area of the Sharon Plain close to the city of Netanya) for a cluster of Jewish settlements on the West Bank of the Jordan River, including settlements around Jerusalem. 6 . Dekel U., Kurz A., Sher G. The Political Process: Plan A, Plan B and What Lies Between Them // Strategic Survey for Israel 2013–2014. Tel-Aviv: The Institute for National Security, 2014. 7 . President Obama's 2009 idea about resumption of the Israel-Palestine process on the basis of borders before 1967 has driven Israel into deep frustration. The American-Israeli ...


Predicting critical events, an institutional challenge.

... Vladimir Putin, possibly to discuss delivery of Russian missiles to Syria, shocked Israel’s political class. Predicting critical events, an institutional challenge... ... possible that a chemical engineer from Haifa or Taif, or Iowa or even Tuva with an unbiased political-psychological profile who has a keen interest in “international... ... entire process back to square one. Billions of dollars are spent annually, and thousands of jobs are created in government and the private sector by all major actors...


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