A two-state solution can bring peace to Palestine, but Israel must first commit to settlement demolition.
Continue reading Apartheid in Palestine: Israeli Settlements and the Future of the Two-State Solution
After failed attempts at a two-state solution, the chickens have come home to roost.
Continue reading Have Abbas and Bibi Started a Third Intifada?
The European Union has rekindled an effort to clearly label products manufactured in Israeli settlements. Can this campaign help disincentivize the establishment of new ones?
Continue reading The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Coming to a Supermarket Near You
Tyler Bowen analyzes how Netanyahu’s reelection is reflective of deep-seated xenophobia in Israeli society, particular within its settler population.
Continue reading The Dark Side of the Israeli Elections
With the reelection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the two-state solution appears to be off the table indefinitely, which is bad news for Israeli foreign policy.
Continue reading Step Back, Mr. Prime Minister
Adrian Jennings evaluates the future of the two-state solution in Israel and considers the benefits of a single, integrated state.
Continue reading Palestinian Statehood: What South Africa Did Wrong, and What That Means for Israel
Seeking to consolidate the country’s status as the “national homeland of the Jewish people,” the Israeli cabinet voted two weeks ago in favor of a hotly contested Jewish State Bill.
Continue reading Protecting Jewish Sovereignty, Ignoring Arab Minority
Over the past few days Israel has conducted multiple unprovoked airstrikes against Syria, including on the capital of Damascus. Though both the Israeli and U.S. governments have refused to officially acknowledge the attacks, the purported pretext has been widely reported.
Continue reading Israel, Desperate for War at any Cost