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Introducing a 4-Part Special Report on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A collaborative project from The Atlantic and the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace

'Is Peace Possible?' Credits

The people behind the project

A Middle-Class Paradise in Palestine? Dan Baililty/AP

A Middle-Class Paradise in Palestine?

The West Bank's first Palestinian-designed planned city offers a window into the promises and perils of the current situation in the Middle East. But will it be a novelty, or a game-changer?

Crowdsourcing an Israeli-Palestinian Border centerpeace.com

Crowdsourcing an Israeli-Palestinian Border

A new interactive tool allows you to decide how many Israeli settlers to annex and what constitutes a viable Palestinian state.

Welcome to 'Fortress Gaza,' Home of the Newly Radicalized Hamas Mohammed Salem/Reuters

Welcome to 'Fortress Gaza,' Home of the Newly Radicalized Hamas

The Palestinian terrorist group's leader Khaled Mishaal announced his resignation this week. What does this mean for the organization's future?

The Answers to Mitt Romney's Israel-Palestine Apathy Reuters

The Answers to Mitt Romney's Israel-Palestine Apathy

In a video leaked this week, the presidential candidate raised some legitimate concerns about Middle East peace. Here are the solutions he didn't seem to know about.

The Right-Wing Israeli Case That the Arab Spring Is Good for Israel Reuters

The Right-Wing Israeli Case That the Arab Spring Is Good for Israel

The popular uprisings across the Middle East have found surprising boosters: some right-wing opponents of the two-state solution.

The Dangers of Flirting with Hamas Reuters

The Dangers of Flirting with Hamas

In trying to play Israel and Hamas off of one another, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas might accidentally end up in a unity government with the terrorist group.

Netanyahu's Bad Weekend Reuters

Netanyahu's Bad Weekend

Israel's governing coalition -- until recently rock-solid -- is under assault. The country's political landscape could be about to change dramatically.

How to Evacuate 100,000 Israelis From the West Bank Reuters

How to Evacuate 100,000 Israelis From the West Bank

The two-state solution is still practically feasible -- if only the political leadership could deliver it.

Lost Moments: The Arab Peace Initiative, 10 Years Later AP

Lost Moments: The Arab Peace Initiative, 10 Years Later

What Israel can learn today from a missed opportunity in 2002.

Israel's Settlement Crisis: It's Not Too Late for a Two-State Solution Reuters

Israel's Settlement Crisis: It's Not Too Late for a Two-State Solution

Which settlements would be excluded from Israel if Palestine gains statehood?

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