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Canberra and Jerusalem: A New Era begins Categories: Australasia, Iraq, Israel, Middle East     Author: Allon Lee

A change of government always ushers in new emphases, personnel, policies and preferences. AIR therefore sought the views of a number of knowledgeable and interested figures in Australia and Israel, asking them both to evaluate the current state of Australia-Israel relations and assess how the new R

The Diplomatic Channel Categories: Israel, Middle East, Palestinians     Author: David Pollock

The November 27 Arab-Israeli diplomatic event in Annapolis began and ended in just nine hours, and the media have moved quickly on to other things. But this was a significant event, not a one-day wonder.

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Editorial: After Annapolis, The Work Begins Categories: Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

In a welcome development, Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) successfully relaunched Middle East peace negotiations at November's Annapolis conference. The United States, the conference host, worked extremely hard to secure the attendance of the parties and much of the international community

Annapolis critics ignore genuine peace efforts Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Adam Frey

At last month's Annapolis peace conference - attended by more than 40 countries, including 16 members of the Arab League - Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) successfully renewed peace negotiations after years of inactivity. Apparently that is not enough for Antony Loewenstein and Michael Sha

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Chance for Peace Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

THE Annapolis peace conference in the United States marked a hopeful start to a renewed negotiating process between Israel and the Palestinians. Now that Israel and the Palestinians have committed themselves to a two-track process, the tough part begins.

Annapolis: The Devil's in the Details Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The Annapolis peace conference marked a hopeful start to a renewed negotiating process between Israel and the Palestinians. All of the parties said the right things, and the presence of many moderate Arab and Muslim states at the conference was a welcomed development. And as hard as it was to get ev

Annapolis' Dual Track Strategy Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: David Makovsky

In recent weeks, the United States had reduced expectations that the Annapolis peace conference would culminate in a diplomatic breakthrough for all parties after almost seven years of terror, violence, and non-engagement.

Howard's achievements, Rudd's promise Categories: Australasia, Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The new Rudd Government gives every indication of not only seeking to match, but if possible, even improve on the excellent record of the Howard Government in terms of both willingness to act on Jewish domestic concerns and also Australia's support for Israel's security and peacemaking efforts.

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