There is a new initiative proposed. I don't know if it will be accepted by the Israeli government though. It proposes unilateral actions that Israel can take that will both improve their security and make a negotiated two-state solution more likely in the future should the Palestinians ever decide to choose peace.
Parts of it I like, and in fact read as if the ideas were taken from my posts. Parts of the initiative I am more ambivalent about. One idea I don't like.
The parts that I like are:
a) The proposal to finish construction of the Security Fence, including in areas where Israel is currently being pressured not to finish it, and to declare it as Israel's official national border. This will undercut any move by West Bank Palestinians to claim a right to vote in Israeli elections.
b) The proposal for Israel to retain military control over areas B and C for as long as the Palestinians refuse to peacefully negotiate a two-state solution. This land will hypothetically be transferred to the Palestinians if they ever peacefully negotiate a two-state solution, but as centuries pass without the Palestinians ever making peace, Israel will become the de facto owners of this land.
The parts that I am more ambivalent about are:
a) The proposal to halt all settlement expansion east of the Security Fence. While it is true that this land would be given to the Palestinians as part of a negotiated two-state solution, in reality the Palestinians are never going to make peace. I would prefer to see Israel put this land to good use.
b) The proposal to limit settlement expansion west of the Security Fence to the construction of new high-rise apartment buildings in existing settlements. Same reason as above.
The part of the initiative that I don't like is the idea to have American soldiers patrol the Jordan river. These patrols should continue to be done by Israeli soldiers.