The Obama administration looks particularly bad, having spent so much diplomatic energy throughout the Arab Spring pledging to realign U.S. interests in the Middle East with American values of freedom, justice, and dignity.
As the greatest beneficiary of the Arab Spring, Turkey is going head to head with both Syria and Israel.
To avoid U.N. rejection, Palestine — that “serial Rejectionist of peace,” according to an Israeli politician — is ready to compromise.
After 20 years of failed U.S. diplomacy some means of moving the debate out of Washington and into the United Nations remains a vital necessity.
Rick Perry called for cutting all U.S. aid to the Palestinians if the UN vote goes through, a measure already proposed by members of Congress.
Nothing like the Palestinian bid for statehood at the UN to unite Democrats and Republicans together in opposition.
The latest United Nations report on last year’s lethal flotilla incident ignores crucial facts and makes for a sad day for the global rule of law.
September 11 Remembered, U.S. at War Against the World, and the Ongoing Campaign Against Israeli Occupation.
Israeli Knesset Member Ben-Ari has announced a call to action for Israeli settlers to confront anticipated demonstrations in support of the Palestinian bid for statehood.
Israeli security forces report that they have arrested at least 100 suspected members of Hamas, claiming to have foiled multiple bombing and kidnapping plots.
If Washington votes against Palestinian statehood at the UN General Assembly in September, Palestinians might again take to the streets.
Israeli denunciations of the “Arab Spring” are counterproductive because they only reinforce the perception that Israel supports dictatorial rule in the region.
At a time of severe economic crisis, nearly one-fifth of the House of Representatives is going on a junket to Israel this summer.
It’s inevitable that the settlements and Gaza will soon complicate the Israeli protests.
Will the Israel/Palestine issue come between friends?