Peace Process

Peace Process: In-Depth Reports

The Iranian Regime is in Deep Trouble

Will growing pressure force the Iranian government to change its policies? Read More »

How the U.S. Can Pressure Iran to Dismantle Its Nuclear Facilities

What are the chances that Iran will agree to dismantle its nuclear facilities for good? Read More »

Recognizing Israeli Sovereignty on the Golan Heights

Amb. Dore Gold testified in Washington before the House Subcommittee on National Security on July 17, 2018 Read More »

Presentation of the book “The Caliph and the Ayatollah: Our World Under Siege”

New book by Fiamma Nirenstein sheds light on the siege that Shiite and Sunni extremist ideologies have placed upon our world. Read More »

Iran’s Response to Trump’s Meeting with Kim Jong-Un

Iran press warns North Korea of Trump’s unreliability and emphasizes differences between Tehran and Pyongyang Read More »

The Many Ways Palestinians Violate International Law

Incendiary kites and balloons, poisonous fumes, arson, children as human shields, rockets, attack tunnels, and murder – that’s just a start. Read More »

Why Sanctions Make Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran a High-Risk Proposition

Why Sanctions Make Investment in the Islamic Republic of Iran a High-Risk Proposition

Investing in Iran was not an attractive option even when the JCPOA was in place, but as President Trump moves forward against Iran, the U.S. secondary sanctions are going to make business with Iran unreasonable, and further exacerbate Iran’s economic difficulties. This may lead to greater frustration and dissatisfaction among ordinary Iranians, cause more domestic unrest, and constrict Iran’s ability to spread its influence in the Middle East. Read More »

The Status of Jerusalem in International and Israeli Law

The Status of Jerusalem in International and Israeli Law

This monograph, however, shows that Israel has valid legal status in Jerusalem. Israel gained control of both parts of the city after Jordan and other Arab states declared war upon it in May 1948 and in June 1967 respectively. In doing so, Israel exercised its right to self-defense, which international law recognizes as a legitimate reason for using military force. Read More »

Russia Constrains Iran

Is Iran’s “Axis of Resistance” cracking? Read More »

Did Israel Use “Disproportionate Force” to Protect the Gaza Fence?

What does international law say about hostile “demonstrators” breaching a border? Read More »

Israel’s Attacks on Iran’s Revolutionary Guard in Syria Spur Internal Disputes in Iran

Internal fears in Iran that it will pay a price for its aggression Read More »

Dr. Dore Gold on Fox News Insider

I think slowly but surely, with the deal with North Korea, with getting out of the bad Iran deal, the world will be a safer place. Read More »

Foundations of a New Middle East

Trump believes the United States can ease the situation Read More »

Iran’s Response to the Cancellation of the Nuclear Agreement

Iranian Leadership Expresses Defiance of the West Read More »

Dore Gold on BBC: The Iranians Are Going to Put All Their Illicit Weapons Development in Uninspected Sites

President Trump has done exactly what was needed to be done, and he zeroed in on three central flaws with the Iran agreement that will have to be fixed in any future agreement. Read More »