Trump sees no need for two-state solution

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The Debates feature from Euro|Topics offers English (+ French and German) translations of a selections of articles in European news sources on this topic.

Euro|Topics relaunched their website during 2016. Features published before that date are still available via an archive website (see related url hyperlinks0At a press conference on the occasion of the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to Washington in February 2017 US President Donald Trump has made it clear that he would not seek a two-state solution to the Middle East conflict. Since the start of the Oslo peace process in 1993 all US administrations had adhered to this approach. Europe's commentators voiced concern that this U-turn could have dramatic consequences.

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ESO: Background information: After the UN, the EU must lead the way on Israeli settlements
France: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development: Conference for peace in the Middle East, Paris, 15 January 2017 (et al)
EUObserver, 16.01.17: EU criticises Trump's Israel embassy idea
EU: EEAS: Topics: Middle East Peace Process
EU: EEAS: Israel and the European Union
EurActiv, 17.02.17: France and Germany frown at Trump’s Middle East policy
The Conversation, 17.02.17: Trump offers confusion rather than clarity on Israel-Palestine
Carnegie Europe: Strategic Europe, 17.03.17: Don’t Let the Two-State Solution Die

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