Peace Process

Peace Process: In-Depth Reports

The Sky Is Not Falling in Washington: The U.S. Mid-Term Elections

Five Questions and Answers Read More »

Khan al-Ahmar and the EU’s Violation of Signed Agreements

Khan al-Ahmar is a cluster of Bedouin structures located in the Judean Desert to the east of Jerusalem. This past year this subject has been heating up. It is located on public land and is situated on the main route […] Read More »

The Iranian Economic Situation Continues to Worsen as U.S. Sanctions Loom

Inflation, unemployment, poverty, discontent plague the Iranian people Read More »

Moving the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will Advance the Peace Process

Arab world telling Palestinians to move forward toward peace. Read More »

Understanding the Threats from Iran

What Is Hidden under the Iranian Turban? Read More »

Moving the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will Advance the Peace Process

Arab world telling Palestinians to move forward toward peace. Read More »

Vincent Nouzille, Histoires secrètes France-Israël, 1948-2018

This is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date books about Franco-Israeli relations. Read More »

Correcting an American Judgment on Hamas’ Murder of Three Teens

Should Israeli parents be held responsible for the abduction and murder of their son? Read More »

Stephan Grigat, Israel’s Solitude: Zionism, the Israeli Left, and the Iranian Threat

Amid the transatlantic controversy on how further to deal with the Iranian threat, Grigat’s book has gained renewed importance. Read More »

Alan Dershowitz, The Case for Peace: How the Arab-Israeli Conflict Can Be Resolved

This book is in fact a case against the enemies of peace, as Dershowitz analyzes the barriers that the advocates of peace confront. Read More »

Regarding Israel’s Borders: The Bible is neither a Land Registry nor a Legend

Rejection of politico-religious fundamentalism does not have to lead to ignorance of biblical meanings and their interpretation. Read More »

UNRWA Go Home!

How to deal with the Palestinian refugee issue Read More »

“Palestine” Refugees or “Palestinian” Refugees?

UNRWA was originally established for relief of refugees from all communities, including Jews. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn and the Resurgence of European Anti-Semitism

Anti-Semitism is back – though it can be argued that it never went away. The real focus of our attention should be in the United Kingdom with the rise of Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of the British Labour party […] Read More »

Is the International Criminal Court Becoming a Palestinian Propaganda Engine?

The ICC’s outreach to Palestinian “victims” Read More »