The Day after the War in Gaza: A Palestinian State?

Peloni:  A very interesting conversation.  Doran believes that the US will recognize a Pal state by early summer and that Bibi is threading a needle to maintain his position in opposing the creation of a Pal state while also supporting the Americans desire for a path to a Pal state with the agreement to allow the creation of a Pals technocratic administration to rule in Gaza which will sooner or later be associated with the PA which the US will employ to create the Pal state which Bibi opposes.  Kupperwasser and Diker explain why he is wrong to believe that Bibi is not completely opposed to the imposition of the TSS by the US.

Mike Doran, Yossi Kupperwasser, & Dan Diker | The Hudson Institute |February 29, 2024

On February 21, the Knesset voted overwhelmingly to back Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s declaration of opposition to any “unilateral” recognition of a Palestinian state. But press reports based on interviews with senior American officials suggest that the Biden administration might recognize an independent Palestine once the war in Gaza ends. Doing so before reaching a comprehensive deal between the Palestinians and the Israelis would mark a dramatic shift in Washington’s position.

Join Hudson for a conversation with Senior Fellow Michael Doran, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) Director Dan Diker, and JCPA Senior Project Manager Yossi Kuperwasser on what this policy shift could mean in the region and beyond.

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  1. If this becomes true, US will have to put boots on the ground to enforce their plan. Since all the “good” guys have been thrown out of the US military, it will be an unfair contest..