Representatives of the Arab League have announced in Washington their support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which would be based on 1967 borders but include a “comparable and mutual agreed minor swap of the land.” This analysis assesses the significance of this development.
Arab affairs correspondent for the Times of Israel Elhanan Miller examines for BICOM the barriers to returning to talks on the Palestinian side, and the challenge of overcoming widespread Palestinian resistance to bilateral negotiations.
For issue 3 of BICOM’s Fathom journal, BICOM Senior Visiting Fellow Brig. Get. (ret.) Michael Herzog makes the case for an incremental US strategy on the peace process and looks at the role the EU and UK can play.