For years, politicians around the world have been warning that the window for achieving a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians was closing, and action was needed.
On the right, politicians such as Naftali Bennett have long said the prospects of a two-state solution were finished. Even Thomas Friedman wrote in his most recent New York Times
Column that "The peace process is dead" and it was time to "Let the one-state era begin." This week, Isaac Herzog, the leader of Israel's labor party said that the two state solution wasn't dead, but it wasn't achievable right now
In today's JPost Podcast, political correspondent Gil Hoffman explains exactly what's going on, and what it means for Israel and its relationships with the US and Europe.