Peace Process

Peace Process: In-Depth Reports

The Trump Administration:
A Turning Point in Middle East Policy?

Pay attention to the issues of defensible borders and Palestinian refugees. Read More »

Lessons for the Trump Administration from the Failed Paris “Peace” Conference

Why did the UN and Europe press for diplomatic action now, in the waning days of Obama’s Administration?

Amb. Dore Gold explains the sudden interest in the Arab-Israeli conflict that led to the Paris Peace Conference that took place in mid January 2017. Read More »

Amb. Dore Gold on BBC World News, January 15, 2017

Only direct negotiations have worked in creating peace treaties for Israel and its neighbors; an international forum pushes peace further away. Read More »

Debunking 11 More False Assumptions Regarding Israel

Falsehoods and misperceptions in the service of bias Read More »

The Dangers of the January 15 “Peace Talks” in Paris

Why Israel Will Not Attend Read More »

What does the December 23, 2016 UN Security Council Resolution contribute to the peace process?

Why the UN Security Council resolution on the legality of Israel’s “settlements” is so wrong and hypocritical. Read More »

Dore Gold Response to Kerry Speech: “Back to ’67 borders? That’s not going to happen.”

“Only Israel can decide how its security will be planned, implemented, and above all safeguarded.” Read More »

The Dangers of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 (2016)

The prospects for peace were set-back by the United States’ troubling UN vote Read More »

A Scandalous UN Resolution

A UN Resolution that legitimizes Palestinian rejectionism, contravenes the Oslo agreement, and empowers Israel’s enemies. Read More »

Was U.S. Policy on Israel and the UN Changing?

Was the U.S. about to sharply break with its past policy on the use of the UN for Israeli-Palestinian differences? Read More »

How Did Israeli Settlements Become a Legally Contentious Issue at the UN?

UN should halt ethnic cleansing of Sunni Arabs in Syria. Read More »

The Rabin-Arafat Negotiations on Oslo,
New Book by Jacques Neriah.

Rabin advisor served as the go-between. Read More »

John-Paul Himka and Joanna Beata Michlic, eds., Bringing the Dark Past to Light: The Reception of the Holocaust in Post-Communist Europe

Bringing the Dark Past to Light offers many examples of the manipulation of history and its impact upon numerous aspects of daily life. Read More »

Greece-Israel-Cyprus Relations: Ripe for Expansion?

Building a new geo-strategic partnership in the eastern Mediterranean. Read More »