Peace Process

Peace Process: In-Depth Reports

The Legacy of the Taliban: Sunni Allies of Tehran

The West must not allow terror sanctuaries to grow, thrive, and be used to plan attacks against the West. Read More »

The Legacy of the Taliban: Sunni Allies of Tehran

The West must not allow terror sanctuaries to grow, thrive, and be used to plan attacks against the West. Read More »

The Recent Discovery of Heinrich Himmler’s Telegram of November 2, 1943, the Anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, to Amin al-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem

The telegram confirms that there was a partnership between Nazi-Germany, the Arabs of Palestine and the Arab World. Read More »

Does the U.S. Attack in Syria Risk a Regional War?

The U.S. also sent a message to Iran and North Korea with its attack in Syria. Read More »

What were the British government’s motivations for issuing the Balfour Declaration?

It was not just a remarkable constellation of events, it was also a remarkable constellation of people that led to the Balfour Declaration. Read More »

How is a 100-year-old document still legally binding today?

The Balfour Declaration was not in itself a legal document, but it was an official declaration by the state of Britain and as such, it was binding. Read More »

Today, what is the legal standing of the Balfour Declaration?

The Balfour Declaration was replaced by the Covenant of the League of Nations, which addressed all the legal questions left open by it. Read More »

Were there military motives behind the Balfour Declaration?

The fighting in the First World War was a major influence on the British government’s decision to make the Balfour Declaration. Read More »

What were Lord Balfour’s motivations for his 1917 Declaration?

Arthur Balfour had many motivations for his declaration. It was a multi causal phenomenon. Read More »

How does the Balfour Declaration stand as a legal document?

The Balfour Declaration is an extremely important event historically. Read More »

New Moves toward a Peace Agreement Must Consider Israeli Public Opinion

New poll reflects Israeli suspicions of Palestinian intentions. Read More »

Georges Bensoussan, Une France soumise: les voix du refus (A Submissive France : The Voices of Refusal)

The book describes the disintegration of law and order and the threat of a resident Muslim community which refuses to accept the values of the host country. Read More »

New Poll: Survey of Israeli Jewish Attitudes on Future Peace Agreement

Decrease in support for a withdrawal from the West Bank and the establishment of a Palestinian state Read More »

Lessons from Israel’s Response to Terrorism

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A team of Jerusalem Center experts headed by Fiamma Nirenstein – former Vice President of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in Italy’s Chamber of Deputies – takes a very timely look at Israel’s model for dealing with terror.

Contributors to this study include Amb. Dore Gold, Brig. Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Amb. Freddy Eytan, Amb. Alan Baker, Dan Diker, Prof. Asa Kasher, Jennifer Roskies, and Dr. Irwin Mansdorf.

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Rex Tillerson’s Warnings to North Korea Reached the Middle East

North Korea has been acting behind the scenes to accelerate the Iranian ballistic missile program Read More »