Carter says the two-state solution is still preferable. The full text of his Post op-ed is here.
"A majority of the Palestinian leaders with whom we met are seriously considering acceptance of one state, between the The Washington Post.and the ," Carter wrote in an op-ed piece in
"By renouncing the dream of an independent Palestine, they would become fellow citizens with their Jewish neighbors and then demand equal rights within a democracy," he explained. "In this non-violent civil rights struggle, their examples would be , . and Nelson Mandela."
Carter noted that in doing so, Palestinian leaders were taking into consideration current demographic trends.
He said non-Jews were already a slight majority of total citizens in this area, "and within a few years Arabs will constitute a clear majority."
Hat tip to Mike Cheever