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Palestinian UNilateralism revisited Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates    

This Update features three notable pieces on the Palestinian efforts to have the UN recognise a Palestinian state in "the '67 lines" in September, without negotiations or compromise with Israel. First up is noted American Middle East expert Prof. Fouad Ajami, who strongly argues that

Netanyahu Versus Abbas

Netanyahu Versus Abbas Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: Barry Rubin

Even in the year 2011 - as happened in the year 1948 - even a relative moderate like Abbas simply cannot bring himself to say in Arabic: "Let's share this land in a two-state solution." Ironically, Netanyahu is taking a liberal and flexible position while Abbas is taking a reactionary, imperialisti

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The Perils of PA-Hamas Reconciliation Categories: Israel, Palestinians     Author: David Makovsky

Although PA officials have indicated that security cooperation with Israel will continue, it is difficult to imagine how the Palestinian power-sharing arrangement will not hinder that partnership - Hamas has long called for Israel's destruction and most of the Israeli-PA security efforts have been b

A Weighty Week in Washington

A Weighty Week in Washington Categories: Israel, Middle East, Palestinians, United States     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Israel has learned in recent weeks that despite the social upheaval and political turbulence across the Middle East, Washington continues to focus on delivering an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal. This is what President Barack Obama made plain to Netanyahu during a meeting May 20 after which the two

Editorial: The Indispensable Alliance Categories: Israel, Palestinians, United States     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Following a week of dramatic speeches and meetings in Washington featuring US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, two conclusions have emerged. On the positive side, the United States and Israel alliance, though not always perfect, is strong and enduring. Worryingly

Where is the compromise, Mr Abbas?

Where is the compromise, Mr Abbas? Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Arsen Ostrovsky

On May 24, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a historic address to a joint meeting of the US Congress, saying he was willing to "make painful compromises", including relinquishing "parts of the ancestral Jewish homeland", in pursuit of peace with the Palestinians. Netanyahu acknowledge

Reality missing in Obama map

Reality missing in Obama map Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians, United States     Author: Colin Rubenstein

US President Barack Obama's speech outlining US Middle East policy in the wake of the Arab Spring movements was a watershed, detailing US support for reforms and democratisation. However, its section on Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts unfortunately weakened several important points with flaws tha

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Abbas in the NYT/ Naqba day

Abbas in the NYT/ Naqba day Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates    

This update deals with two related Israeli-Palestinian developments - a relatively hardline piece by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in the New York Times on Tuesday, plus the "Naqba Day" clashes over the weekend (video here and here, some photos here), whic

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