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The Death and Life of the Two-State Solution

16th June 2015 – Foreign Affairs - Co-authored by Amir Tibon

The Death and Life of the Two-State Solution

Grant Rumley

On March 17, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection, thanks in part to a desperate last-minute pledge to his right-wing base that the Palestinians would never get a state so long as he was in power. After the election, he tried to walk his comments back, but Palestinian observers weren’t buying it. more...

Analysis & Commentary

1st July 2015 – The Washington Times

Men of Peace in a Realm of War

Clifford D. May

Last week, I paid a couple of visits to the West Bank or, as Israel’s enemies call it, “the illegally occupied Palestinian territories.” Israelis who live and work there are more likely to use the biblical name: Judea and Samaria. more...

28th June 2015 – The Jerusalem Post

Analysis: Why Germany is the Weakest Western Link in Nuclear Talks With Iran

Benjamin Weinthal

With the Iran nuclear talks entering the final stretch in Vienna, Germany’s role in the negotiations to end Tehran’s illicit nuclear weapons program has largely escaped scrutiny. more...

24th June 2015 – Quoted by Ahmar Mustikhan - The Jerusalem Post

Balochistan Leaders Seek Israel Help Amid Pakistan Crackdown

Oren Kessler

Pakistani newspaper reports have routinely accused the State of Israel of being one of the main sponsors of terrorism in Balochistan. more...

24th June 2015 – The Jerusalem Post

Study by German Commission: Schoolbooks Biased Against Israel

Benjamin Weinthal

German schoolbooks present a one-sided view of Israel as an aggressive, warlike country while ignoring that the Jewish state is the only functioning democracy in the Middle East, according to a new study by a joint Israeli-German commission reported on Monday by the daily Tagesspiegel paper. more...

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