The Reality of the One-State Reality: Assem Khalil, The Matrix: Rights, government and daily life in Palestine (2017); and The Palestinian Authority: Unsettling Status Quo Scenarios (2016).
New Data, April 2021, showing greatly increased support for a government relying on Arab political party support
Times of Israel, “Ultra-Orthodox UTJ Split over Potential Coalition with Ra’am Support,” April 4, 2021
Calev Ben-Dor, “Mansour Abbas: Islamist Kingmaker of Israeli Politics,” Fathom, March 2021.
Patrick Kingsley and Adam Rasgon, “In Israeli Election A Chance for Arabs to Gain Influence or Lose It,” New York Times February 21, 2021.
B’tselem on the One-State Reality: A regime of Jewish supremacy from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea: This is apartheid, January 12, 2021
Peter Beinart, “Yavne: A Jewish Case for Equality in Israel-Palestine,” Jewish Currents, July 7, 2020. A widely noted sign of the displacement of two-state solution thinking by one-state reality thinking.
Brent Staples, “How Italians Became ‘White,'” New York Times, October 13, 2019. A bracing reminder of how long it takes for a stigmatized population to be politically integrated.
Gideon Levy, “Israel’s Anti-Annexation Warriors Should Simply Surrender,” Haaretz, April 4, 2020 A veteran Israeli journalist declares the one-state reality has arrived.
Sources by Ian S. Lustick cited in Paradigm Lost
“The Peace Process Carousel: The Israel Lobby and the Failure of American Diplomacy,” Middle East Journal (Summer 2020) Vol. 74, no. 2, pp. 177-201.
West Bank with Oslo Areas A, B, and C along with Largest Palestinian cities and some large Israeli settlements.
Israel and Territories Occupied in 1967, apart from the Sinai Peninsula which was returned to Egypt
Map of Jerusalem with Boundary in West Bank Expanded by Israel in June 1967
Other Sources Relating to Specific Topics
The Iron Wall
Vladimir Jabotinsky, “On the Iron Wall,” 1923, original Russian as published in the Berlin journal Razviet. Although most Hebrew and English translations of the article substitute the term “Land of Israel” for Palestine, Jabotinsky referred only to “Palestine” and the Palestinian Arabs.
Holocaustia and the Struggle Against It
Holocaust Survivors Advertisement in New York Times re Gaza Strip in August 2014
Annexation and Its Consequences
Dynamics of the One-State Reality
Knocking on the Glass Ceiling (Arab-Jewish political alliances)
Michael Milstein and Avi Issacharoff, “The Return of ‘One State’: How ‘One State for Two Peoples’ is Taking Root in the Palestinian Arena“
On p. 155, note 16 misidentifies the author and title of the cited chapter in the book edited by Ronald Zweig. The correct citation is to Dina Porat’s chapter entitled “Ben-Gurion and the Holocaust.”
On p. 68 of Paradigm Lost the Washington-based center founded by Kenneth Marcus, named the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights under Law, was incorrectly identified as located at Brandeis University. It is neither located at Brandeis University nor affiliated with it.
The last sentence on p. 15 of Paradigm Lost, a quotation from Vladimir Jabotinsky, is missing one word. It should read: “This is a natural reaction and nothing will change it.”
On pp. 70 and 170, the name of the author of The Paradox of Plenty: Oil Booms and Petro-States, Terry Karl, is spelled incorrectly.
The second sentence in the last paragraph on p. 110 should read: “Before coming to the United States, where he earned his doctorate, he worked as a journalist in Israel.” This refers to Gershon Shafir who earned his doctorate in Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.
On p. 41 “1948” as the date of the first Israeli elections should be “1949.”
on p. 101 the date for the Camp David summit should be “July 2000″ not July 1999”
In the third line of the first full paragraph on p. 76, Yossi Beilin should be identified as having been a deputy “finance minister” not a deputy “prime minister”.