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  • PALESTINIAN REFUGEES AND THE TWO-STATE SOLUTION

    The issue of the Palestinian refugees is at the core of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and an agreement on this core issue is central to the survival of any political settlem ment to the conflict based upon the two-state solution. No settlement to this
  • GAZA AND THE TWO-STATE SOLUTION

    In August 2005, Israel carried out a unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip. The disengagement consisted of the evacuation by Israel of the Jewish settlers and the redep ployment of its army to the border lines, while it retained control over Gaza’s
  • PIJ - FES Roundtable "Challenging the Israeli-Palestinian Stalemate"

    On Tuesday March 19th, an Israeli-Palestinian Roundtable Discussion on the future prospects of the two-state solution in light of the current impasse facing the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations was held, on the eve of U.S. President Barak Obama‘s visit to
  • Jerusalem: Still Key to Any Future Israeli-Palestinian Agreement

    Jerusalem remains a key factor for any future political settlement between Israel and Palestine and for the shaping of the relationship between Israel and the Arab and Muslim countries. Israeli policies in Jerusalem not only affect its Palestinian populat
  • ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS AND THE TWO‐STATE SOLUTION

    Israeli settlements in occupied Arab land in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights are illegal and constitute a major obstacle to the achievement of a political settlement to the Israeli‐Arab conflict. In the Palestinian case, settlements co

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