A new agreement aims to mend the rift between Fatah and Hamas — but the wounds may run too deep.
As a strategic planner in the Israel Defense Forces specializing in the Palestinian arena, I was privileged to play a role in the 2013 Israeli-Palestinian security dialogue, conducted by General John R. Allen.
It’s easy to abuse Interpol’s red notice system. That doesn’t mean Palestine will.
Whatever faint hopes there were of a breakthrough in the Israel-Palestine conflict are beyond reach right now.
As the ultra-Orthodox pass new measures governing prayer at the Western Wall and religious conversion, a rift is growing between Israel and American Jews.
The new security measures spark clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces.
American legislation on aid to the Palestinians could have unintended consequences.
On his first visit to Israel, the president stressed his “personal commitment” to ending the country’s conflict with the Palestinians but did nothing to prove it.
The stakes could not be higher for the president's first trip abroad. And he'll need to be careful and disciplined.
Not even the greatest dealmaker the world has ever seen can bridge a divide if the two sides aren’t ready to get to work.
Joint comments by Trump and Abbas were a cordial reminder of the barriers to a peace deal.
Trump shouldn't prematurely risk the opportunity to assemble an unprecedented coalition on efforts to bridge the Middle East's most enduring political divide.
This week, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas heads to Washington as President Donald Trump makes his first major foray into Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking.