Reflections

The White House Path to Mideast Peace Travels Through a Single State

Ryan Bohl
Middle East and North Africa Analyst, Stratfor
Jun 25, 2019 | 17:08 GMT
Demonstrators opposed to the U.S.-led plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace march through Ramallah in the West Bank on June 24.

Palestinian demonstrators in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Ramallah carry banners during a protest against the U.S.-led Peace to Prosperity conference in Bahrain, June 24. The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise.

(ABBAS MOMANI/AFP/Getty Images)

For more than a century, the quest to settle the dispute between Jews and Arabs in the Levant has led to one dead end after another. Mutual hostility between Israelis and Palestinians has defied the various approached undertaken by peace process upon peace process to foster a firm settlement. Those...

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