Kerry’s Delusions and Friendship

John Kerry
If one looks only at the main talking points, there was nothing new in yesterday’s speech by Secretary of State John Kerry about the Middle East peace process. Kerry’s lengthy…
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Using Peres to Attack Netanyahu

Shimon Peres
The tone of many of the tributes being heard or published outside of Israel about the passing of Shimon Peres have focused almost entirely on his advocacy for peace. As…
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Obama’s Last Tango With Netanyahu

Democrats
When President Obama meets with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in New York tomorrow, where both are attending the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, the stakes will be even…
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Abbas Sues History. Not a Parody.

Balfour Declaration
This week, the leaders of the Palestinian Authority decided to take action. It wasn’t to reform their corrupt government, make progress toward genuine peace, or anything else that might improve…
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Israel’s Phantom Isolation

Egypt
In the next few days, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization will vote on a resolution that will follow up on their past efforts to erase Jewish history…
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Why Palestinians Reject Peace

Palestinians
As the New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau chief from 1979 to 1994, David Shipler was was the focus of a great deal of justified criticism about the paper’s bias against…
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How Isolated is Netanyahu?

Netanyahu
After the much-anticipated French-sponsored Middle East peace conference ended last Friday with a whimper rather than a bang, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s critics were quick to point out that he…
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