31 Aug, 2021
47 Min Read
|GS-II||Israel-Palestine Conflict||International Relations|
|India’s Policy on Israel-Palestine conflict||International Relations|
|North Korea may have resumed Nuclear reactor: IAEA||International treaties and conventions|
|GS-III||DRDO (Defence Research & Development Organisation)||S&T|
Chronology of Israel-Palestine conflict
Areas of Conflict
Why is the solution so difficult to achieve?
What do both parties want?
The world at large needs to come together for a peaceful solution but the reluctance of the Israeli government and other involved parties has aggravated the issue more. Thus a balanced approach towards the Israel-Palestine issue would help to maintain favourable relations with Arab countries as well as Israel.
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