The Case for Binationalism
Response or Comment
Gradually, some might say predictably, our attention is being drawn back to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. This renewed focus is understandable. In response to the tragic events of September 11, the United States has tried to build and sustain a broad anti-terrorism coalition, and Israel's status is problematic for many of the countries in the coalition. Moreover, the Bush administration has made a series of statements since September 11 indicating a plan in the works for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. While the details of the plan have not been revealed, and Palestinians are skeptical, the idea of an independent Palestinian state—what is commonly referred to as the two-state solution—seems to be back, at least for now.
Boston Rev., Dec. 2001/Jan. 2002, at 4-7
Scholarly Commons Citation
Abu-Odeh, Lama, "The Case for Binationalism" (2001). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1637.