WWS 591D No Pass/D/Fail
Policy Workshop - Exploring Alternatives to the Two-State Solution
DEPARTMENT CONSENT IS REQUIRED TO ADD THIS CLASS
The search for Israeli-Palestinian peace historically has focused on the two-state solution, i.e., the partition of Palestine/Eretz Israel into two states. However, prospects for achieving this appear dim: peace talks have stalemated and Palestinian and Israeli views have hardened. This workshop will examine alternatives to the two-state paradigm, including prospects for diplomacy, political buy-in by the parties, and the impact on new realities on the ground. Following the fall 2012 U.S. presidential election, the workshop¿s assessment and policy recommendations will be briefed to senior policy makers dealing with the Middle East.
WWS Graduate Students Only.
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