A look at the ghost of annexation past.
There’s a rare geopolitical window open for the Jewish state right now—which means pursuing other interests than those in the West Bank.
A group of former Israeli defense officials argue that the state can manage without the Jordan Valley. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Imagine what Israel would look like now if it had declined to apply its law to eastern Jerusalem after the Six-Day War. It shouldn’t pass up a similar chance.
Israel is near the end of a long journey to set its permanent borders. That’s what the annexation debate is really about.
Applying sovereignty? Annexation? Join us this week for a five-part symposium on the great question before the Israeli people.
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