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Essay: Moving beyond the slogan

Essay: Moving beyond the slogan Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Alan Baker

The phrase "two-state solution" is repeated daily by international leaders and organisations. It has become the catch-phrase for anyone advocating resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. However, the phrase is repeated without a full awareness of its history or of the practical aspects of it

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A Guide to Moving the US Embassy

A Guide to Moving the US Embassy Categories: Israel, United States     Author: Einat Wilf

To the President of the United States, attached please find a short four-step how-to guide for moving the American Embassy in Israel from its present location in Tel Aviv, Israel's cultural and economic capital, to Jerusalem, Israel's political capital.

Trump and the Two-State Resolution

Trump and the Two-State Resolution Categories: Israel, Palestinians, United States     Author: Jonathan S. Tobin

Those who expected Donald Trump to effect genuine change in Washington still might be waiting for him to take action on some issues, but when it comes to altering existing Middle East policy, the President has not disappointed. With his refusal to specifically endorse a two-state solution to the Isr

Netanyahu down-under: The view from Israel’s press

Netanyahu down-under: The view from Israel’s press Categories: Israel, Updates     Author: Shmuel Levin

As noted by Jerusalem Post journalist Herb Keinon, Israel often devotes much of its diplomatic energy towards its European critics, relative to that afforded towards good friends like Australia. As such, the recent visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Australia, a strong friend of I

The Last Word: Under the same sun

The Last Word: Under the same sun Categories: Asia, Interfaith Dialogue, Israel     Author: Jeremy Jones

Book-ended by beautiful Jewish and Muslim religious chants and a presentation on the wisdom of the late Abdurrahman Wahid (Gus Dur), the participants had a unique opportunity for open, honest, informed and passionate exchange of wisdom, opinions and knowledge. This remarkable session was towards th

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Bibi comes up Trumps in Washington

Bibi comes up Trumps in Washington Categories: Israel, United States     Author: Amotz Asa-El

"I'm looking at two states and one state, and I like the one [formula] both parties like," the President told reporters, and then added, "I can live with either one." The two-state solution had thus seemingly been dealt a serious blow, after having been formal US policy for nearly a quarter of a ce

Scribblings: A pro-Palestinian reporter encounters the "ethnic cleansing solution"

Scribblings: A pro-Palestinian reporter encounters the "ethnic cleansing solution" Categories: Israel, Media/ Academia, Middle East, Palestinians, United States     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

I have often written about the apparent preference among many Palestinians for something I describe as the "ethnic cleansing" solution. This is an alternative to both the conventional two-state resolution, or even the "one-state solution". This "solution" demands not only a single Palestinian state

AIR New Zealand: UNSC 2334 shockwaves

AIR New Zealand: UNSC 2334 shockwaves Categories: Australasia, Israel, United Nations     Author: Miriam Bell

United Nations Resolution 2334 came screaming out of the blue, just before Christmas. The "anti-settlement" resolution itself, which passed after the US broke with convention and abstained, was disturbing enough. But for Jewish New Zealanders it was particularly shocking.

Australia has been a good friend to Israel

Australia has been a good friend to Israel Categories: Australasia, Israel, Op-eds     Author: Mark Leibler

Australia has been a good friend to Israel since before the establishment of the Jewish state. The friendship has transcended partisan politics, and been enhanced and promoted by successive leaders of both nations. Against this conducive backdrop, last week's historic first visit by Prime Minister

Bibi's historic Singapore swing

Bibi's historic Singapore swing Categories: Asia, Israel     Author: Glen Falkenstein

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's remarks at this week's dinner with Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong are emblematic of a multifaceted bilateralism that has seen once clandestine engagement between the two nations grow into a very public, and profitable relationship.

Netanyahu down under

Netanyahu down under Categories: Australasia, Israel     Author: Gareth Narunsky

Almost 100 years after the Australian Light Horse charge at Be'er Sheva paved the way for the events that led to the creation of the modern State of Israel, history was again made last month when Australia welcomed a sitting Israeli Prime Minister to its shores for the first time.

Editorial: Making History Categories: Australasia, Israel     Author: Colin Rubenstein

It was always understood that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's visit to Australia was going to be making history. After all, it was the first such visit by a sitting Israeli Prime Minister in Israel's 69-years. What actually transpired, however, was indeed something profoundly historic f

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