Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Middle East talks: too late for a two-state solution?

Asiaone.com, May 10, 2010


JERUSALEM (AFP) – As negotiators begin indirect talks with the ultimate aim of creating a Palestinian state next to Israel, voices on both sides are warning that the opportunity for a two-state solution has already slipped away, or at best is fading fast.

“Definitely the fight for a two-state solution is obsolete,” says Meron Benvenisti, a former deputy mayor of Jerusalem and veteran observer of Palestinian-Israeli relations.

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