Two-State Solution in Doubt for Israel Escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence and the virtual halt of diplomatic efforts has prompted analysts on both sides to question whether a two-state solution to the conflict is still possible. Hear NPR's Peter Kenyon.
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Two-State Solution in Doubt for Israel

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Two-State Solution in Doubt for Israel

Two-State Solution in Doubt for Israel

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