Pro to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"
"The two-state solution is still practically feasible -- if only the political leadership could deliver it…
The two-state solution is not dead yet, but it will be if people cease looking for creative and realistic solutions to the roadblocks, such as the huge task of moving out the settlers who would not be within the new Israeli borders. Just as it is unhelpful to harbor 'cozy illusions' about the feasibility of the two-state solution, it is equally unhelpful to make alarmist proclamations about its death rather than trying to substantively and constructively engage with the challenges in its way."
"How to Evacuate 100,000 Israelis from the West Bank," The Atlantic, Apr.12, 2012
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Involvement and Affiliations:
Senior Advisor, US State Department, Dec. 2014-present
Strategist, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Jan. 2014-Dec. 2014
Contributing Editor and Correspondent, The Atlantic, Sep. 2012-July 2013
Senior Vice President, The S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace, Jan. 2010-July 2013
Online Editor, The New Republic, 2008-2010
Special Correspondent, Middle East, Newsweek, 2006-2008
Fellow, Truman National Security Project, 2008
BA, Middle East Studies, Yale University, 2005
Twitter handle: @zvikakrieger
Recipient of awards from the Overseas Press Club, the Scripps Howard Foundation, and the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies.
Received fellowships to study topics including the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, the Kifaya reform movement in Egypt, public health in Bombay slums, religious identity in Kashmir, historical memory in Palestinian refugee camps in the West Bank, and the role of religion in Lebanese politics.