Mahmoud Abbas wants to have his cake and eat it too.
A myth Westerners helped create.
The expert on international law joins us to explain why he thinks the new plan might work where others have failed.
A skeptic discusses the plan with someone involved in its making.
The new plan and its predecessors.
In fact, it’s the first to uphold the security concept of the UN’s foundational Resolution 242.
Better to keep shrinking the conflict than to try, and fail, again.
It recognizes Israel’s historical rights as well as its security.
And its consequences for Israeli politics.
A bomb scare during the film about the murderer of Yitzḥak Rabin prompts musings on behavior private and public.
Another casualty of the peace process.
It’s said that the Oslo peace process was born in that room in Jerusalem in 1992. The truth is much different.
What those who argue otherwise get wrong.
The least relevant deal of all.