The Palestinian-Israeli conflict in its eigth decade
This article is featured in the ORIENT I 2019
This article discusses various ways to achieve a fully-fledged state existence for Palestine. It takes stock of Palestine’s diplomatic successes, contrasts them with the limited national self determination under the conditions of Israeli occupation, discusses whether the virtual state with its activities on the international stage can approach a state of real and recognised statehood, and examines the question of what possibilities are available ‘on the ground’ for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: a division of the country between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea or federal models of coexistence between the two nations.
Margret Johannsen is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg. Her main research interest is the peace process in the Middle East with special emphasis on state-building.
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