Tony Klug – Alternatives to the Two-State Solution?



Time: 6.30 pm start
Location: JW3

Meretz UK is delighted to have Dr Tony Klug, special adviser on the Middle East to the Oxford Research Group, speak on the topic

Is there a plausible alternative to the two-state solution?

  • Sunday 27 January, starting at 6.30 pm
  • Learning Room 2, JW3 Centre, 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET
  • Contributions of £5 including refreshments
  • More information via email
  • Presented with the support of Hashomer Hatzair Trust


Tony Klug mini-bio

Tony Klug is a special adviser on the Middle East to the Oxford Research Group and a consultant to the Palestine Strategy Group and the Israel Strategic Forum. He has written extensively about Israeli-Palestinian issues since the early 1970s, when he first proposed the two-state idea. His doctoral thesis was on the Israeli occupation of the West Bank between the wars of 1967 and 1973. 
He has travelled extensively in the region and has a close affinity with both peoples. Tony worked for many years at the international secretariat of Amnesty International, where he headed the International Development programme. He has also written pieces for Open Democracy, Guardian and Haaretz, among other publications; has been quoted in Hansard especially regarding his paper, Visions of the Endgame; and spoke at the Balfour Project conference in 2013.