In commemoration of its twenty-fifth anniversary, JPS asked a number of specialists in Middle Eastern affairs to give their thoughts on the future of the peace process and, more particularly, on what they would consider an equitable solution in light of a century of conflict, thirty years of occupation, five years of negotiations, and the recent election of a right-wing Likud government. The responses were as follows.

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