Analysis: After more than 20 years of failures to gain independence and with the two-state solution seemingly being abandoned by Israel, Palestinians are increasingly looking for solutions other than negotiating with the Jewish State.
Analysis: With Israeli-Palestinian peace process effectively frozen, Palestinians increasingly favor a more regional approach, involving more moderate Arab countries such as Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. That way, should Israelis backtrack on the peace deal, they stand to lose not only peace with the Palestinians but normalization with the Arab world.
Op-ed: The Jewish American public has the best interest of the Jewish people’s homeland in mind, but the days in which being pro-Israel means blindly supporting the Israeli government’s policy are over.
Op-ed: Netanyahu's inspirational speech at the UN General Assembly reminded the world of Israel's successes and its accomplishments, but also made Israelis hope to see the same prime minister return to them, without reverting back to the petty and self-obsessed statesman we usually have in charge.