In my latest piece for Souciant, I continue with my recent theme of where to go now that the two-state solution has been rendered moot. Using a recent article by Yossi Alpher as a foil, I examine some of the reasons the Oslo process failed, a process that need not have been the only route to a two-state solution. But since it was, its death brought with it the death of a two-state future, at least as it was envisioned. As a two-stater, I never supported the Oslo process and formulation which was flawed from the outset, and in this piece I explain why, and hopefully draw some lessons about where we can go from here.
The Oslo Syndrome
January 11, 2012 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in Peace Plans, US-Israel Lobby | Tagged AIPAC, B'Tselem, Israel, Israel Lobby, Jerusalem, Jewish State, Justice, Middle east, Netanyahu, Obama, Occupation, One-State Solution, Palestine, Palestinian Authority, Palestinians, pro-Israel, Refugees, Right of Return, Settlements, Two-state solution, West Bank | 1 Comment
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