Peace Process

In thrall to a moral impulse rather than a real strategy for peacemaking in Israel, America’s peace processors won’t stop, won’t learn, and won’t succeed.

Feb. 25 2021 12:01AM

The challenges to peace today are different than they were thirty or even ten years ago. It’s better to focus on them rather than beating an already well-flogged horse.

Feb. 22 2021 12:01AM

The Israeli researcher joins us to talk about his blockbuster essay in Mosaic.

Feb. 18 2021 12:02AM

A culture of dependency rather than resourcefulness.

Hussein Agha and Ahmad Samih Khalidi
Feb. 18 2021 12:01AM

When Americans take a position on Israel, they’re not simply talking about Israel. They’re also talking about America’s moral character.

Feb. 8 2021 12:01AM

For decades, America’s foreign-policy establishment has, in the name of peace, incentivized conflict in the Middle East. Now that it’s back in power, can it learn from its mistakes?

Feb. 1 2021 12:09AM

The Biden administration can be persuaded to reject Palestinian maximalism.

Efraim Inbar and Eran Lerman
Jan. 13 2021 12:01AM

A man who justified meeting generous proposals with violence.

Sarah N. Stern
Nov. 16 2020 12:01AM

The naysayers are wrong.

Lewis Libby and Hillel Fradkin
Oct. 5 2020 12:02AM

Even after a decade of electoral failure, the Labor party prefers to console itself with platitudes about the reasons why. It won’t be successful until it confronts the truth.

Aug. 12 2020 12:15AM

Along with an insiders’ look at George W. Bush’s Middle East Policy.

Douglas Feith and Lewis Libby
July 20 2020 12:01AM

To Palestinian leaders, anything is better than a peace plan.

David Horovitz
July 7 2020 12:01AM

Peacekeepers and high-tech surveillance are no substitute for the IDF’s boots on the ground.

Dan Schueftan
June 19 2020 12:01AM

Mahmoud Abbas wants to have his cake and eat it too.

Alan Baker
June 12 2020 12:01AM