Peace to Prosperity Plan as a one State Solution

  •  Ahmad Kilani    
  •  Mohammad Ali Alawieh    
  •  Mussaui-Ulianishcheva E. V.    
  •  Ulyanishcheva L. V.    


After almost twenty-five years since the Oslo accords, the last relatively successful peace agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis, Trump’s plan is the newest attempt to achieve sustainable long-lasting peace in the Middle East between the two conflicting parties. This paper argues that the P&P plan is designed to a one-state solution. Through a comparison between the Oslo Accords and the P&P plan we can observe the shift from the two state notions to the one state concept with a system of apartheid. The article also attempts to suggest improvements on the plan to be more suitable for both parties under a one state solution, namely, to include a new constitution.

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