Security / Two-State Security

Instead of the territorial approach, Israeli-Palestinian negotiations have explored how a multi-layered security approach in a two-state solution could better address the Israeli need for security and the Palestinian need for sovereignty. 

 

Requiring both parties to formally declare an end to the conflict and relinquish all demands of the other side, a two-state agreement could greatly expand existing Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation. Israel and the future state of Palestine could confront terrorism through joint operation centers for sharing intelligence, identifying threats and coordinating security operations. At the same time, an outer layer of cooperation with Egypt, Jordan, and the United States could supplement these efforts.

To study security arrangements for a two-state solution in full, read the following report by the Center for New American Security:

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