The Middle East Studies Group (MESG) Research Seminar
How the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Can be Resolved?
Professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor
The Israeli Palestinian conflict is about two peoples who have justified claims over the same small piece of land. Peace is vital for both Israel and Palestine. In this lecture, Professor Raphael Cohen-Almagor surveys some of the possible proposals to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:
(1) Decide Not to Decide: Maintaining the so-called Status Quo;
(2) Palestinian Autonomy;
(3) Exclusionary solutions;
(4) “State of All Its Citizens”;
(6) Three-state solution;
(7) No state solution;
(8) Two-State Solution.
The lecture analyses each and every option and assess its feasibility.
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