Palestine-Israel: Beyond One-State/Two-State Solutionism – Deeper Thoughts

IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 24 Jun 2024

Diane Perlman, et al. | The New View - TRANSCEND Media Service

Conversation between Ian Lustick, Hillel Schenker, Rich Rubenstein and Diane Perlman

May 2024 – The New View invited our former guest experts on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Ian Lustick and Hillel Schenker, for a special conversation in partnership with TRANSCEND USA in honor of our friend and mentor, Johan Galtung, the father of peace studies and of the field of conflict transformation. Johan recently died in Oslo at the age of 93.

This conversation goes deeply beyond the simplistic debate between one-state (1SS) versus two-state (2SS) “solutions” – each with advocates and opponents. We also compare with historical examples of processes towards statehood over many decades or centuries. Conflict transformation expert Rich Rubenstein and Diane Perlman were co-hosts.


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