Security Strategy for the Parallel States Project: An Israeli Perspective

Nimrod Hurvitz, Dror Zeevi

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In the eyes of old-fashioned, left-leaning Zionists, which we consider ourselves to be, the Parallel States Project (PSP) is the outcome of a crisis. It is an original way of dealing with a long-standing failure. Israel and the Palestinians have so far failed to develop a framework that will enable them to live alongside each other in a peaceful manner. After approximately a hundred years of bloodshed, pain, distrust, and a persistent unwillingness to reach a compromise, Israelis and Palestinians are close to the point at which the old two-state solution will not be applicable
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationOne Land, Two States
Subtitle of host publicationIsrael and Palestine as Parallel States
EditorsMark LeVine, Mathias Mossberg
Place of PublicationBerkeley
PublisherUniversity of California Press
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)9780520958401
ISBN (Print)9780520279131, 9780520279124
StatePublished - Jun 2014


  • Israeli Palestinian conflict

RAMBI publications

  • rambi
  • Arab-Israeli conflict
  • Israel -- Strategic aspects
  • National security -- Israel


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