An Israeli woman gets ready to feed her baby earlier this month near a construction site in a new housing project in the Israeli settlement of Na’ale, near the West Bank city of Ramallah. The Arab world and the Palestinians fear Trump giving unwarranted attention to one-state “peace plans” from the Israeli right, which would be totally unacceptable to the Palestinians. Photo: AFP

Can Trump’s words on a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict ever become policy?

Hagai M. Segal says the US president’s remarks that he is open to the controversial one-state solution to the long-standing Middle East conflict have alarmed many, but it’s unlikely he has the worst-case scenarios in mind

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An Israeli woman gets ready to feed her baby earlier this month near a construction site in a new housing project in the Israeli settlement of Na’ale, near the West Bank city of Ramallah. The Arab world and the Palestinians fear Trump giving unwarranted attention to one-state “peace plans” from the Israeli right, which would be totally unacceptable to the Palestinians. Photo: AFP
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Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal is a leading authority on geopolitical issues, counterterrorism and the Middle East. He lectures at New York University in London, serves on the London First Security and Resilience Advisory Board, and advises and consults with numerous public and private sector organisations and corporations across Europe, Asia and Australasia.