Quo Vadis Palestine?

Beck, Martin
September 2015
GIGA Focus International Edition English;2015, Issue 7, p1
The article focuses on the three possible scenarios concerning politics in Palestine which include a two-state solution between the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) and Israel, a binational democratic state, and occupation as a form of government in East Jerusalem, Gaza Strip, and West Bank.


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