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Haaretz Editorial   18.5.2016   Via Haaretz (click here for the original)    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu objects to the French initiative for a peace conferenc

Haaretz Editorial   1.5.2016  Via Haaretz (click here for the original)   As expected, the French initiative to convene an international conference for talks between Israel and

3. Geneva Initiative Seminar for Israeli Journalists
(Events/Local Activities - 2014)
...legation received wide coverage in the Israeli press: Times of Israel 27.6 Haaretz Internet 27.6 Haaretz Editorial 29.6 I24 news 27.6 Jerusalem Post, 27.6 Israel Today 29.6 Russia Today 28.6 ...


...a Eldar is a contributing writer for Al-Monitor’s Israel Pulse. He was formerly a senior columnist and editorial writer for Haaretz and also served as the Hebrew daily’s US bureau chief an...

6. Israel's Embattled Democracy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
By New York Times editorial  21.07.2012 via New York Times (click here for the original article)    New York Times publishes it's second scathing editorial on the Israeli go

By New York Times editorial 10.07.2012 via New York Times (click here for the original article)   NY Times publishes scathing editorial on the disasterous consequences that the Levy report

...ber 2011, the Geneva Initiative maps were prominently featured in David Makosky's New York Times interactive editorial, the maps were again cited as realistic, practical proposal in a joint project by...

9. Systematic Foot Dragging in Negotiations
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
By Haaretz Editorial, via Haaretz  12.01.12 via Haaretz (click here for the original article)      Just as with previous efforts to advance negotiations on a final-status

By Editorial Board, Washington Post  04.01.12 via Washington Post (click here for the original article)      Somthing surprising happened Tuesday in a Middle East diploma

11. Is Peace Possible?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...ver a month after our proposed border maps' honorable mention in David Makovsky's New York Times interactive editorial, the maps were again cited as a realistic, practical proposal in a joint project ...

12. Palestinians and the U.N.
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
New York Times Editorial 7.8.2011 via New York Times (click for original)   EXCERPT   With the September deadline approaching, the Obama administration is back in the business of

 By Globe and Mail 2.6.2011 via Globe and Mail (click for original)   EXCERPT   The only way forward, for the time being, is to engage in informal, exploratory conversations,

By Editorial Board, Christian Science Monitor   8.4.2011 via Christian Science Monitor (click for original) EXCERPT In the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process, it has worked to I

15. Zionist diplomacy
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
By Jersualem Post   5.4.2011 via Jerusalem Post (click here for original)   Pressure continues to build for Israel to facilitate a two state solution with the Palestinians. On Tuesda

... helplessness of the Palestinians and the heartlessness of Israelis. This was the gist of the Guardian's own editorial: It is hard to tell who appears worst: the Palestinian leaders, who are weak, c...

17. Enough Game-Playing
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
Editorial Board, New York Times 19.10.2010 via NYT (Click for original). Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have been suspended for four weeks, about as long as they were on. The more protracted the

18. A suspect deal
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
 Haaretz Editorial 13.10.2010 via Haaretz (click for original article)   In the Knesset plenum on Monday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented a new formula for resolving the di

19. A Time For Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By Michael Felsen & Donna Spiegelman 08.10.2010 via The Jewish Advocate (click for link to original) In his latest column, Tom Mountain lambastes both J Street and President Obama

20. They Need to Talk
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: New York Times editorial 06.10.2010   Peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians are in danger of unraveling unless Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the Palestinian pres

21. Say 'yes' to Obama
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: Ha'aretz Editorial 03.10.2010 Only by agreeing to extend the settlement freeze will Netanyahu show that he is committed to negotiations and an agreement, and is capable of leading. Haaretz Ed

22. Abbas Extends a Hand
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
 Editorial by the Jewish Daily Forward 22.09.2010 via The Jewish Daily Forward (click to read more)  President Mahmoud Abbas and his Palestinian Authority have opened a new front in th

 By The New York Times Editorial staff 03.09.2010 The resumption of direct peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians this week was auspicious, despite a long history of failed attempts that

24. NYT Editorial: New Chance for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By The New York Times Editorial Staff 31.08.2010 Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, will open talks on a two-state solution on Thursday

25. President Abbas and Peace Talks
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By The New York Times Editorial Department 10.08.2010 Making peace between Israelis and Palestinians is somewhat like solving a Rubik’s Cube. You get one colored square lined up but the next o

The New York Times 21.06.2010 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has made the right decision to significantly ease Israel’s punishing and counterproductive blockade of Gaza. The move

By: Chicago Tribune 15.04.2010 King Abdullah II of Jordan visited the Tribune's editorial board Thursday to discuss challenges in the Middle East and the peace process. Excerpts: Tribune: What

28. Needed: An Israeli peace plan
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: Ha'aretz Editorial 31.03.2010   While in Washington the U.S. administration is trying to reduce tensions with Israel, in Jerusalem they go out of their way to depict in war paint the dema

29. Mr. Obama and Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: NYT Editorial 27.03.2010   After taking office last year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel privately told many Americans and Europeans that he was committed to and capable of p

30. Diplomacy 102
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: New York Times Editorial 11.03.2010   Vice President Joseph Biden Jr. used rare and decidedly undiplomatic language on Tuesday to upbraid Israel after it announced plans to build 1,600 ne

By: Ha'aretz Editorial 08.03.2010   The visit to Israel this week by U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, along with American Middle East envoy George Mitchell's meetings here, te

By: The National Editorial 10.01.2010   Judging from the intense activity on the Arab-Israeli peace front in recent weeks, there is reason for cautious hope that the current paralysis will en

33. Time to talk
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
By: Ha'aretz Editorial 06.10.2010   The peace process between Israel and the Palestinians has become an empty phrase since Israel's elections, interchangeable with the word "daydreamin

34. There is no deluxe occupation
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
Ha'aretz Editorial 02.01.2010   The High Court of Justice's decision, in a panel headed by Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch, to end the ban on Palestinians using Route 443 is one of the

...peace plan Click here to view the Geneva Initiative's proposal for borders Click here to read a Ha'aretz Editorial on the issue ...

36. With Mofaz as Beilin
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
 By: Haaretz Editorial  11.11.2009 Israel's diplomatic situation has hit bottom. Negotiations with the Palestinians are paralyzed and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is threatening t

37. Stop treading water
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: Ha'aretz Editorial 05.11.2009   A year after Barack Obama's election as president of the United States, it has become clear that with regard to the Israeli-Arab conflict, the change he pr

38. Squandering the Moment
(News Room/News - 2009)
NYT Editorial 15.09.2009 Unless something happens soon, Israelis, Palestinians and other Arabs may squander the best chance for Middle East peace in nearly a decade. President Obama is committed to

39. Focus on the Essence
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: Editorial, Haaretz 24.08.09 U.S. President Barack Obama intends in about a month to present his initiative for peace in the Middle East, at the heart of which is the renewal of negotiations for

40. Taking the Mideast peace plunge
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: The Christian Science Monitor (Editorial) 19.08.2009   One of many problems in making Middle East peace is that no one wants to go first. Decades of injustice, violence, and false promise

41. The Settlements Issue
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: New York Times, Editorial 30.07.09 The last American president to openly challenge Israel on settlements was George H.W. Bush and we commend President Obama for demanding that Israel halt all ne

42. Get Stuck In, Mr President
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: The Economist, Editorial 30.07.09 THE American president may think he has enough on his plate without worrying about the dog’s dinner simmering away in the corner: the sickly Middle East p

43. End the Spat With Israel
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
By: Jackson Diehl, Washington Post Editorial 29.06.09 The upheaval in Iran offers the Obama administration a host of fresh foreign policy opportunities. Not the least of them is a chance to creep aw

44. Mr. Obama and Mr. Netanyahu
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
New York Times Editorial Date: 23.05.2009 We’d call this week’s White House meeting between President Obama and the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, a draw. Mr. Netanyahu grud

45. Peace Now
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
Ha'aretz Editorial Date: 22.04.2009 History provides very few opportunities to utterly change political realities. It seems such an opportunity has presented itself. U.S. President Barack Obama's

46. Being a Partner for Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
New York Times (Editorial) Date: 26.3.2009 As he prepares to take office as Israel’s next prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is offering what sounds like a tantalizing commitment. He said that

The Daily Star Editorial Date: 21.11.08 Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas deserves praise for his decision to take the case for peace directly to Israeli citizens by purchasing Hebrew-language ne

48. The War Within
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
New York Times Editorial Date: 05.11.08  Israel is becoming a nation at war with itself. The conflict is not just with militant Palestinians. Militant Jewish settlers in the West Bank clash re

49. Mr. Olmert’s Belated Truths
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
The New York TImes Editorial, 04.10.98 Ehud Olmert, Israel’s soon to be ex-prime minister, voiced some startling truths this week. He said that in exchange for peace, Israel should withdraw from

50. Tzipi Livni's turn to try
(News Room/Op Ed - 2008)
 International Herald Tribune, Editorial, 26.09.08 It has been the mantra of Israeli-Palestinian politics for too long that nothing can move forward so long as the leaders of Israel, the Pal