Lisa Anderson Review of Paradigm Lost in Foreign Affairs, January-February 2021
Mondelweiss: Facing Reality: moving on from the two-state solution in Ian Lustick’s ‘Paradigm Lost’, Review by Joel Doerfler
Ian S. Lustick’s Paradigm Lost: From Two-State Solution to One-State Reality, by “Jewish Zionist American”
Trudy Rubin: Two-state solution all but dead, January 25, 2020, Philadelphia Inquirer, Associated Press
Ron Such, Electronic Intifada, “Two-State Obfuscation,” February 17, 2020.
Shaul Magid, “Let’s Stop Lying about the Two-State Solution,” Tablet, March 2, 2020.
Blurb endorsements on book cover:
"Ian Lustick has written a richly informed and persuasive account of how the relationship between Israelis and Palestinians has become the seemingly dead-end tragedy it is today. This book provides an especially insightful analysis of why Israeli attitudes toward this issue evolved as they did. It is essential reading for anyone concerned about this conflict and hungry for new ways to think about it."
—Paul R. Pillar, former National Intelligence Officer for the Near East and South Asia
"Paradigm Lost is an important addition to our understanding of the failure of the Two States Solution. It unpacks how the Iron Wall mentality came to dominate Israeli politics and hindered any serious attempt to reach peace with the Palestinians.mIt is a must read for every Israeli and American interested in going beyond the present impasse."
—Leila Farsakh, University of Massachusetts
"This important new book by one of the country's most thoughtful, insightful, and engaged students of Israel and its conflict with the Palestinians is at once both provocative and persuasive. The book makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the path that brought Israel to the situation it faces today—and of what is likely to come next. Meticulously researched and convincingly argued, Paradigm Lost is a must-read for all who are interested in, and care about, Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
—Mark Tessler, University of Michigan