No matter how the current round of fighting between Hamas and the Palestinians’ resistance groups and Israel may end, a number of significant factors have come together to point to a new reality that is now taking shape on the ground.
Arab Israeli Conflict
Professor Telhami has earned the distinction of being the foremost American authority on Arab public opinion. This book contains the product of years of diligent and meticulous scholarship on the subject, and it comes at an opportune time.
Why has the Arab-Israeli conflict persisted over more than six decades, and why are the prospects for resolving it peacefully so dim?
Dr. Omar Kader, the chairman of the Middle East Policy Council's Board of Directors, recently spoke with Radio Sawa about Middle East negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
I come before you this morning at this important conference with many questions and no answers.
In this recent op-ed published on The Hill's Congress Blog, American Near East Refuge Aid (ANERA) president Bill Corcoran describes the hardships related to agriculture facing Gazans and highlights other significant barriers to economic growth there.
Secretary of State John Kerry recently asserted to Congress that he believes "the window for a two-state solution is shutting. I think we have some period of time: a year, a year and a half to two years — or it's over." Palestinians feel that statehood is a mirage.