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Khuloud Khayyat Dajani
Ali Abu Shahla
Vol.14 No.2 2007
Table of Contents
by Ziad AbuZayyad
Special Web-Only Article
by Khalil Shikaki
by Walid Salem and by Gershon Baskin
Is a one-state solution possible? If so, is it good? Will it bring a just peace?
by Uri Avnery
Only a bi-national state can bring concord between the two national movements.
by As’ad Ghanem
The South African unitary state model does not offer a realistic way forward.
by Benjamin Pogrund
Political and regional shifts heighten the two-state option's legitimacy and urgency.
by Hani al-Masri
Is the time ripe for international intervention in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
by Kobi Michael
The two-state option is the option that best expresses the Palestinian national project.
by Ahmad Majdalani
The barrier is built of contradictions that Israel cannot forever evade confronting.
by Dror Etkes
What is the future of the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and the Palestinian question?
by Mohammed Migdad
A confederation legislature of Israelis and Palestinians would benefit both peoples.
by Josef Avesar
Unilateral declarations of principle or conditional intent could create momentum.
by Tony Klug
An elected institution might spur public support for new talks and cooperation.
by Joel Pollak
interview with Jibril Rajoub
Munther Dajani, Walid Salem, Meron Benvenisti, Ron Pundak and Hillel Schenker. Moderators: Ziad AbuZayyad, Gershon Baskin
Pragmatism and the recognition of international legitimacy can bridge the gap between HAMAS and other Palestinian forces.
by Fayssal Hourani
The Palestinian people have been offered a choice and an opportunity.
by Gershon Baskin
The decisive factor is the readiness to engage in the process of change.
by Lindsay Talmud
Dialogue at its best might convince the Palestinians of Israel's legitimacy.
by Charles Blattberg
by Gershom Gorenberg, reviewed by Benjamin Pogrund
by Gabriel Weimann, reviewed by Tim Jackson
Commercial Closure: Deleting Gaza’s Economy from the Map
The economic boycott of the Gaza Strip could result in a humanitarian disaster.
by Avraham Shein
by Mahmoud Darwish
Chronology of Events
Compiled by Najat Hirbawi