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Confederalism: a Third Way for Israel-Palestine?

Yen Dang
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Published: 7 May 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Confederalism: A Third Way for Israel-Palestine – Dahlia Scheindlin & Dov Waxman – The Washington Quarterly, Spring, 2016
Given dim current prospects for reaching agreement on a two-state solution, and the likelihood that a one-state solution would lead to domination by one ethnic group or the other, some Israelis and Palestinians (including Israel’s president Rivlin) have been putting a lot of creative thought into potential confederal models for resolving the conflict.
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And see:

Rivlin on Israeli-Palestinian confederation May 3, 2016

Confederation Is the Key to Mideast Peace – Yossi Beilin – The New York Times 14.05.15


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