The basis for a two-state solution has been eroded almost to the point of collapse making a political breakthrough more urgent than ever. But how can Europe generate new momentum for Palestinian statehood?
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Thomas Klau's interview on François Hollande's press conference.
Nick Witney's policy brief serves as basis for an article on the Israel-Palestine conflict
Olivier de France and Nick Witney's brief is quoted to stress need for EU convergence on defence…