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What Peace Process? | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Marwan Muasher analyzes the effects of a UN vote recognizing Palestinian statehood and the danger that the window for a two-state solution is closing fast.

Palestinians plan to seek recognition as a state later this month at the United Nations, despite last-ditch efforts by the Americans to avoid a showdown. While the Palestinians enjoy broad international support for their statehood bid, some warn that a UN vote could inflame tensions and ignite violence at a time of regional upheaval.

In a Q&A, Marwan Muasher, former foreign minister of Jordan who played a central role in developing the Arab Peace Initiative and Middle East Road Map, analyzes the effects of a UN vote recognizing Palestinian statehood and the danger that the window for a two-state solution is closing fast.

Read more here: What Peace Process? – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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