The two-state solution has been dead for decades. A one-state solution frightens Israelis and Palestinians alike. Is three the magic number for peace?
Slow but ceaseless movement strategically transforms the human landscape
Peter Beinart thinks Jews don’t need Zionism. That’s because he’s never needed it himself.
Given Israel’s current position on the conflict defining its borders—with or without Trump’s ‘deal of the century’—what future awaits it?
It was never a solution, it was a wish. Time to stop pretending it’s even that.
Setting the record straight on BDS and the call for two states
“We’re here to state the obvious,” said Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin. “The land of Israel is all ours, and we will implement our sovereignty on all parts of the country.”
American interests will be worse off without two states. But it’s time to consider how we might make the best of that bad situation.
The leaders of the BDS Movement seek to impose a one-state solution in the Middle East. Palestinians and Israelis beg to differ.
How a storied philanthropy came to lend its legitimacy—and money—to groups that push boycotting Israel
Playwright J.T. Rogers talks about the deputies’ deputies who allow him to tell a complicated diplomatic story, why the play resonates today, and why the 1990s seems so very long ago now
From condominialism to a confederation, hybrid alternatives to the one-state and two-state paradigms have been picking up steam
The four-star general spoke earlier this month at an Israel Policy Forum gala in New York
The Obama administration’s chief diplomat is the man with two brains
Three weeks before his death in 2016, Shimon Peres sat for what he intended to be a Rosh Hashanah-timed discussion about the state of the world. It was also his final one.
Eliaz Cohen believes one way to break the one-state/two-state dichotomy might be to combine them, in an attempt to avoid ‘righting a wrong’ by creating another wrong
The Republican presidential candidate has Jewish family members and friends. Here’s who they are.
Dispatch from the London campus where BDS activists rattle loudly enough to be heard by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu—but how’s the campaign going?