With the peace process at a standstill, it is now time to begin thinking about incremental alternatives focused on improving lives and renewing efforts with international organizations.
Unless the self-proclaimed Islamic State is stopped, and unless Iran both adheres to the terms of the nuclear deal and moderates its behavior, Obama’s successor will inherit problems as serious as the problems he inherited.
A new French initiative at the United Nations aims to break the deadlock and accelerate progress toward a lasting solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
President Putin’s decision to lift the ban on the transfer of the S-300 air defense system to Iran signals a new departure for Moscow’s policy in the Middle East.
The Joint List’s approach to engagement offers Palestinians a model for political action. But it also highlights the contradictions and tensions inherent to Palestinian approaches over the past 22 years.
The squabble between Netanyahu and Obama represents small people with big egos and certainly not big ideas or solving problems.
A discussion about the heated politics of the Iran talks, Putin, and past U.S. secretaries of state.
It’s easy to forget just how remarkable the nuclear talks with Iran are and that there is no better alternative to the current approach.
Netanyahu’s speech to the Congress makes it harder for the administration to sell a nuclear deal in the United States.
The United States and Europe should encourage Israeli and Palestinian leaders to use international organizations and law as an alternative to violence.