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You are ignoring the fact that no one in the region wants the solution that you propose. A two state solution is something on which there is only disagreement on the details.

Matthew Yglesias » Bolton in Fantasyland

For his latest offering, Bolton puts forward what he calls a "three state" approach to the Palestinian problem, in which "Gaza is returned to Egyptian control and the West Bank in some configuration reverts to Jordanian sovereignty." Matt Duss offers some response. Marc Lynch further observes that this idea is opposed by the government of Egypt, opposed by the government of Jordan, and opposed by the Palestinians. It's a total non-starter.
by nanne (zwaerdenmaecker@gmail.com) on Tue Jan 6th, 2009 at 04:16:38 AM EST

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