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Can a series of far-flung, high-level conferences bring peace to the Middle East by applying lessons from 17th-century Europe?
The two-state solution is dead. Most one-state solutions are unacceptable to the other side. There is, however, a viable peace plan that appeals to both.
The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission.
Unless the United States changes its priorities, Korean diplomacy is probably doomed.
The United Nations needs to accept that it's possible to fight and broker peace agreements at the same time.
Trump’s plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace is fanciful, dangerous, and not going anywhere.
The founder of the games dreamed of inspiring world peace. He created an event that's always done the opposite.
The tragic — and totally avoidable — self-destruction of one of the world’s richest oil economies.