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At the crossroads of conflict

New violence has made the two-state solution seem harder to reach than ever, but it is still the least bad vision for Palestinians and Israelis

A Palestinian protester hurls a rock towards Israeli forces during clashes near Shejaiya, an eastern district of Gaza City, December 2015. ©Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images

Scroll to the bottom for Prospect Editor Bronwen Maddox’s take on the “one-state” debate

Gush Etzion Junction is a big unkempt roundabout where two roads and several separate universes meet. To the north, the highway runs along the mountain ridge…

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