Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president (right),
welcomes George Bush to Ramallah
George Bush, the US president, arrives in Israel on Wednesday in a bid to bolster peace efforts between Israelis and Palestinians before he leaves office next year.

Bush has been the first US president to advocate a two state solution, which he already mentioned in 2002.

Inside Story discusses how realistic the chances are of having two states within a year after 60 years of conflict.

What would it take to achieve this goal, and can the US play the role of the honest broker?
Watch part two of this episode of Inside Story on YouTube

This episode of Inside Story aired on Wednesday, January 9, 2008

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