Publication Date: May 2008
Publisher: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Author(s): Nathan J. Brown
Research Area: Government
Coverage: Israel Palestine
The current U.S. approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict actually further undermines the chances for a two-state solution. Rather than pretending that an agreement is possible now, it would be far better if U.S. efforts in the remainder of this calendar year began to address the underlying problems to improve the scenarios for the next administration, urged Middle East expert Nathan J. Brown in a new report.