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Hope of peace in Gaza remains Categories: Israel, Op-eds, United States     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Is the new Netanyahu Government likely to be headed for a major confrontation with the Obama Administration? The argument often made is that while Barack Obama will push hard for Israeli-Palestinian progress, the supposedly "hard-line" Netanyahu Government does not even support a two-state resolutio

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Khatami is just as rigid as the rest Categories: Antisemitism, Iran, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

What credibility can Khatami maintain in calling for a dialogue of civilisations when he excludes Israel and Israelis? Or when he argues there is no anti-Semitism in the Muslim world, when under his presidency Iran became a sanctuary for Holocaust revisionists?

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Poor Advice Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Jamie Hyams

In a March 9 Age piece, the ANU's Amin Saikal took it upon himself to advise Barak Obama on Middle East policy. He claimed the Bush Administration's policy had "denied Hamas its right to exercise power as the democratic choice of the Palestinian people." This is untrue.

Wild and Woollacott Categories: Australasia, Israel, Media/ Academia, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Jamie Hyams

A review by Guardian writer Martin Woollacott of Patrick Tyler's book A World of Trouble: America in the Middle East appeared in the "Panorama" section of the February 14 Canberra Times. Tyler strongly criticises US actions in the Middle East and Woollacott, a long time critic of Israel, strongly ag

Israel's centrist ground Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Despite campaign rhetoric from all sides, the close result and large number of late deciders demonstrates that there is a lack of clear ideological or policy distinctions between the main parties. A wide consensus has developed in Israeli politics and public opinion on the desirability of a two-stat

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