Beyond the Two-State Solution: A Jewish Political Essay
July 2012, Polity
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- An original and controversial essay on the Israeli-Palestine conflict by one of Israel’s most outspoken intellectuals
- Argues that the Green Line - the demarcation that defined Israel’s borders between 1949 and 1967 - should be abandoned
- Contends that a two-state solution will do little for Palestinian refugees as well as Jews living in the occupied territories
- Calls for a new constitutional settlement that address the rights of both Palestinians and Jews