The Case Against Despair Over the Two-State Solution

In my latest bloggingheads program, I speak with Israeli journalist Gershom Gorenberg about coalition talks following last month’s election in Israel. Although many post-election reports lauded the last-minute surge of the centrist party Yesh Atid, Gorenberg argues that there isn’t a viable center in Israel, and that the left is more robust than many believe. You can watch the whole thing here; in the clip below, Gorenberg argues against despair over the prospects for peace:

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