Israel’s leaders will soon confront a fateful choice: If Israel stays on its current path, it will, by default, become one state for two peoples.
How can prospects for a two-state solution be advanced? Yossi Alpher, Amjad Atallah, Scott Lasensky, David Makovsky, Steven Rosen and Zalman Shoval weigh in.
Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s maiden voyage to the White House seems to have gone as well as could be expected. After aides on both sides tried to plunge expectations lower than the Dead Sea before the summit, President Bush termed Olmert’s unilateral option to evacuate the majority of West Bank settlements a “bold” concept that could