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The Israeli Consensus for Peace is Rabin's Legacy

The Israeli Consensus for Peace is Rabin's Legacy Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Allon Lee

It remains the most traumatic day in recent Israeli history. Yitzhak Rabin, as Chief of Staff, had saved Israel at its darkest hour in 1967. He had served with distinction in the War of Independence and opened the road to besieged Jerusalem. He was assassinated by an extremist who saw him not as a

PA's decision to shun Israel has had bloody outcome

PA's decision to shun Israel has had bloody outcome Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians     Author: Colin Rubenstein

What should be done about the deadlock in Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations since Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' decision to walk away from the talks last year, preferring instead to sign a unity deal with the terrorist group Hamas?  Should the parties go back to discussin

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Delivering aid to Gaza

Delivering aid to Gaza Categories: NGOs, Op-eds, Palestinians, United Nations     Author: Glen Falkenstein

Gaza needs aid. Last year's conflict between Israel and Hamas left affected residents homeless, compounding already dire humanitarian challenges facing the Strip. Most of the damage occurred in a concentrated 3km zone adjacent to Israel, which launched strikes against Hamas in response to the group'

Netanyahu likely to seek to broaden his narrow coalition

Netanyahu likely to seek to broaden his narrow coalition Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Last December, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of a centre-right government of 68 members in the 120-seat Knesset, called for new elections after disputes with several coalition members. On March 17, Netanyahu's Likud party emerged as the clear winner, with a seemingly comfortabl

Dangers in the Iran Nuclear Deal

Dangers in the Iran Nuclear Deal Categories: International Security, Iran, Op-eds, Updates     Author: Glen Falkenstein

PRINCE Turki al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia's former intelligence chief, warned last month a deal that allows Iran a pathway to create a nuclear bomb could ignite a new arms race in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia and South Korea have already signed a memorandum of understanding on nuclear power. Nuclear wea

Letter: Free speech protected Categories: Australasia, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

Chris Berg (Opinion, 1/3) misrepresented an article I wrote with Michael Kapel published in The Age in 1994. In context, the line that Berg quotes does not say that newspaper articles would never be subject to the Racial Discrimination Act, as he implies...

Hamas remains the barrier to rebuilding Gaza

Hamas remains the barrier to rebuilding Gaza Categories: Op-eds, Palestinians, United Nations     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

LAST October, the international community pledged a massive $7 billion to assist the Gaza strip's reconstruction after Hamas's July war with Israel. However, only about 5 per cent of the money has been delivered to Gaza so far and reconstruction is clearly slow. While some aid agencies based in Gaz

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