Assessing One-State and Two-State Proposals to Solve the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Jeremy Pressman • Jun 27 2021 • Articles

On four criteria for comparing the two options, a two-state solution probably fares better, but neither option looks especially promising or easier to achieve.

Opinion – China and the US in Israel: The Lucrative Versus the Indispensable?

Nicholas Lyall and Roie Yellinek • May 27 2021 • Articles

The economic value of Israel’s Chinese links are not sufficient to match the comprehensive nature of the US-Israeli partnership.

State Social Media and National Security Strategy: Israel’s Operation Protective Edge

Marisa Tramontano • Apr 20 2021 • Articles

The IDF’s imagery showcases the durable background symbols that make social media posts powerful, effective, and convincing.

Opinion – Dangers Within Humanitarianism to Israel’s National Security

Giulia Dal Bello • Apr 1 2021 • Articles

The international community should recognize the well-established narrative against Israel and update judicial mechanisms to address asymmetrical conflicts and hybrid terrorist organizations.

Opinion – Israel-Palestine Policy Under Biden

Cindy May • Jan 1 2021 • Articles

While Biden is set to spend much of his early months in office reversing Trump-era policies, Israel-Palestine is one area where change is likely to be more measured.

Opinion – Is the Next Middle East War on the Horizon?

Glen Segell • Dec 4 2020 • Articles

The assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh amidst high profile Israeli-Saudi diplomacy may be omens for escalation in the Middle East.

Interview – Jeremy Pressman

E-International Relations • Nov 13 2020 • Features

Jeremy Pressman discusses protest in the US and the impact of the pandemic, the counterproductive use of military force in the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Abraham Accords.

The Abraham Accords and the Palestinian Issue

Massimiliano Fiore • Nov 1 2020 • Articles

A new chapter in the Middle East has begun as agreements between Israel, Bahrain and the UAE reflect a strategic realignment against Iran and Turkey – leaving Palestinians feeling abandoned.

The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: Lessons from Oslo

David J. Wilcox • Sep 14 2020 • Articles

Whilst the peace process remains stagnant between Israel and the PA, there is space, opportunity and a need for below track I ½ and track II discussions to develop.

Opinion – Confronting Israel’s Annexation Plans: From Fear to Hope

Mohammed Abu-Nimer • Aug 13 2020 • Articles

The South African example of transformation from the Apartheid system taught us that we cannot give up on the hope that both Israelis and Palestinians can live in dignity and security.

Self-Determination as Resistance: Sahrawi and Palestinian Struggle for the UN

Moara Assis Crivelente • Mar 19 2020 • Articles

Officials and activists interviewed from both Palestine and Western Sahara affirm that despite their commitment to diplomacy, self-determination is non-negotiable.

Opinion – Pipelines and Politics: Natural Gas Connects Israel and Egypt

Roie Yellinek • Mar 4 2020 • Articles

The signing of the Israel-Egypt gas deal highlights the mutual interests of both countries and provides an economic framework to support peaceful bilateral relations.

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