Creating Positive Facts on the Ground: A Viable Palestinian State -- An Overview

Bland, Byron; Ross, Lee; Salem, Walid
June 2006
Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2006, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p47
Academic Journal
The article focuses on creating a set of relationships that would allow a feasible independent Palestine living in peaceful co-existence with Israel to emerge. Israel should consider to accept the established 1967 borders as the starting point for mutually acceptable exchanges of Israel and Palestinian territories and the establishment of a Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem. Strategies in settling the conflict are presented.


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