this evening (monday 2nd), 8.30-9.00pm (repeated 9.30pm sunday), on bbc radio 4
the middle east conundrum (presented by edward stourton)
“Edward Stourton asks if there any chance of a long-term solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Tensions have been rising following the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem and the deadly clashes at the border between Israel and Gaza.
The peace process – if it exists at all – seems to be in deep freeze. The idea of a two-state solution does not appear to be getting any closer, while a one-state solution would effectively mark the end of a Jewish state.
Does Israel have a long-term strategy?”
including contributions from …
• journalist anshel pfeffer
• former negotiator yossi beilin
• professor sari nusseibeh
• martin indyk
• conflict resolver gabrielle rifkind
• dr khalil shikaki
• dennis ross
• naftali bennet
(if you missed it, available at https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b86z4v)