"The Two-State Mirage: How to Break the Cycle of Violence in a One-State Reality": New Article in Foreign Affairs
Context for the Israel/Gaza War: "Biden Aims to Contain Violence in Israel/Palestine. His Policy May Be Stoking It Instead" - Written April 11, 2023 by Shibley Telhami
Shibley Telhami Spoke on Havard Panel About "Hamas and Israel: What happened, what does it mean, and what's next?"
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"The Two-State Mirage: How to Break the Cycle of Violence in a One-State Reality": Article by Professor Shibley Telhami and Professor Marc Lynch (GWU)
"Paradoxically, the traumas experienced by the Palestinians and the Israelis since October 7 have demonstrated both the urgent need for a two-state solution and the improbability of establishing one." - Lynch and Telhami in "The Two-State Mirage: How to Break the Cycle of Violence in a One-State Reality,"
Marc Lynch and Shibley Telhami on Middle East Scholar Barometer Findings: "Scholars Who Study the Middle East Are Afraid to Speak Out"
Professor Shibley Telhami (University of Maryland) and Professor Marc Lynch (George Washington University), co-directors of the Middle East Scholar Barometer, released an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education summarizing the findings of the latest Middle East Scholar Barometer. The sixth iteration of the Barometer studied the self-censorship of scholars on Israel/Palestine.
Dr. Telhami participated in the Middle East Institute's panel on "Breaking Down Israeli Election Results" on November 11, 2022.