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Palestinians Find New Unity After War With Israel – FP, 13.07
The 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas has unified disparate Palestinian enclaves. By Stefanie Glinski


Borrell: UE este pregătită pentru un „nou început” cu Israel, dar așteaptă promisiuni – 12.07


U.S. Support Is Keeping the Undemocratic Palestinian Authority Alive – FP, 2.07
Mahmoud Abbas’s unelected and illegitimate government is becoming increasingly violent, but Washington’s largesse is keeping it in power. By Omar H. Rahman, a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Doha Center


Israel’s Big New Shift in Hamas Policy – FP, 15.06
The Israeli government used to try buying off the group’s compliance. Now it’s intent on using reconstruction money to coerce it. By Anchal Vohra

‘Economic Peace’ With Israel Won’t Help Palestinians – FP, 2.06
Market integration only entrenches dependence on Israel. By Ibrahim Shikaki, an assistant professor of economics at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut


Gen Z Reclaims the Palestinian Cause – FP, 25.05
Youth activists on both sides of the Green Line have taken up the mantle abandoned by their ostensible leaders. By Dalia Hatuqa, a multimedia journalist based in the United States and the West Bank

Violence Isn’t the Only Story in Israel – FP, 20.05
Not all ethnically mixed cities are in flames. Here’s why some have remained relatively peaceful. By Ore Koren, an assistant professor at Indiana University Bloomington

Edward Said Saw the Future of Israel and Palestine – FP, 5.06
How the literary theorist’s life and work shed light on the epic failure of U.S. Middle East policy. By Amir-Hussein Radjy


How Europe Became Pro-Israel – FP, 20.05
The most recent fighting with Palestinians has revealed a radical change in European foreign policy that’s been years in the making. By Benjamin Haddad, the director of the Future Europe Initiative at the Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C.


Did Biden Break the Glass on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict? – FP, 2.06
Washington’s new focus on human rights could redefine the United States’ long-standing approach. By Elise Labott, an adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service and a columnist at Foreign Policy

It’s Time to End the ‘Special Relationship’ With Israel – FP, 27.05
The benefits of U.S. support no longer outweigh the costs. By Stephen M. Walt, the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University


What Can Dialogue Between Israelis and Palestinians Accomplish? – FP, 2.06

Your Fix for the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Won’t Work – FP, 26.05
The dispute is complicated in ways that extend far beyond political and legal solutions. By Steven A. Cook, the Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations

The Fighting Is Over but Underlying Causes Remain – FP, 21.05
A truce between Israel and Hamas fails to address core issues, including the siege on Gaza. By Neri Zilber, a journalist covering Middle East politics

Why the Gaza Cease-Fire Won’t Mean Peace – FP, 21.05
The shooting has stopped, but the grievances that sparked the unrest are far from resolved. By Rebecca Collard, a broadcast journalist and writer covering the Middle East



conflictul curent

Israel-Gaza: ONU lansează o anchetă privind atingeri aduse drepturilor omului / Netanyahu: „O decizie ruşinoasă” – 27.05


Soldați israelieni au pătruns în Fâșia Gaza – 14.05


diplomatice


Aurescu: În Fâşia Gaza există în jur de 320 – 350 de cetăţeni români. Nu am primit cereri de asistenţă consulară – 16.05


politicul

The Pointlessness of Mahmoud Abbas – FP, 24.05
After years in power, does the internationally recognized leader of the Palestinian people represent anyone beyond himself? By Anchal Vohra

How Fighting With the Palestinians Gave Israel’s Netanyahu a Political Lifeline – FP, 14.05
A threat to his rule has fizzled since the shooting began. By Neri Zilber, a journalist covering Middle East politics.

Îl mai poate salva războiul/Hamas pe Netanyahu de pierderea funcției de prim ministru? – Valentin Naumescu, contributors, 13.05

Israel’s Government Has Nobody at the Wheel – FP, 12.04
A cycle of deadlocked elections has left the country without a functioning administration—and a foreign policy set on autopilot. By Shalom Lipner


economicul

Contextul economic şi politic în care au reizbucnit violenţele palestiniano-israeliene: în Fâşia Gaza 80% din oameni nu au loc de muncă, iar în Israel, unde tinerii nu vor să se întoarcă la muncă, premierul Netanyahu trece printr-o criză politică – ZF, 13.05

The Costs of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – RAND, 2015


identitarul

Conflictul israelo-palestinian în viziunea scriitorului franco-libanez Amin Maalouf – RFI, 13.05

Israel’s War Will Never End – FP, 13.05
For Israelis and Palestinians, ethnic violence isn’t a temporary problem. It’s a lasting identity. By Steven A. Cook, the Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.


procesul de pace

Don’t Take the Narrow View of What’s Happening in Gaza – The Atlantic, 15.05
Wars and skirmishes don’t occur in a vacuum. By Shadi Hamid

Green-Lined Vision Is Blurring Reality in Israel-Palestine – FP, 13.05
Policymakers can no longer rely on an imaginary border that supposedly divides two states as a one-state reality takes shape on the ground. By Yousef Munayyer, a non-resident fellow at the Arab Center Washington.

No Peace Process Means No Peace – FP, 12.05
If Palestinians have no hope of a capital in East Jerusalem, Israelis will have little hope of normality. By Anchal Vohra

Ierusalim. Există conflicte fără soluții sau doar conflicte pentru care soluția încă nu a fost găsită? – Valentin Naumescu, contributors,12.05


How Israel Lost the Culture War – FP, 25.05
Defending the colonial project of occupation won’t work in a world where racial justice has gone mainstream. By Alia Brahimi, a former research fellow at Oxford University and the London School of Economics.

Washington Has Enabled Israeli Extremism – FP, 6.05
Failure to condemn anti-Palestinian violence will only further it. By Khaled Elgindy, a senior fellow at the Middle East Institute.

Israel’s Apartheid Doesn’t Make a Difference – FP, 6.05
A new report about the Israel-Palestine conflict is morally damning—and politically irrelevant. By Steven A. Cook, the Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.


arabii israelieni

Israeli Religious Extremists Are Driving Jewish-Arab Street Violence – FP, 28.05
In the city at the epicenter of recent clashes, relocated settlers from Gaza have brought Jewish supremacism to the heart of what was once a Palestinian city. By Rami Younis, a Palestinian writer, filmmaker, and cultural activist

How War With the Palestinians Triggered Ethnic Violence in Israel – FP, 13.05
In mixed towns across the country, Arab and Jewish citizens turn on one another. By Neri Zilber, a journalist covering Middle East politics.

Israel: Ministrul apărării ordonă o ”întărire masivă” a forţelor de securitate israeliene în oraşele mixte – 13.05

How Netanyahu Learned to Love Israeli Arab Parties – FP, 7.05
The prime minister who once presented Arab citizens and political leaders as a threat has legitimized them as potential coalition partners. By Yohanan Plesner, the president of the Israel Democracy Institute in Jerusalem.  

For Arab Israelis, the New Peace Treaties Spell Opportunity – FP, 18.04
The Abraham Accords are spurring Israel’s Arab entrepreneurs to bridge cultures. By Marc J. Sievers, a Muscat-based nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a former U.S. ambassador to Oman, and Jonathan H. Ferziger, a Jerusalem-based nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a former Middle East correspondent for Bloomberg News.

An Arab Kingmaker in Israeli Politics? – FP, 30.03
With election results deadlocked, an Arab-led party is seen as a possible swing faction. By Joshua Mitnick


țările arabe

The Abraham Accords Passed Their First Big Test – FP, 8.06
When war broke out in Gaza, Arab countries chose rapprochement with Israel over solidarity with Palestinians. By Anchal Vohra

No One Is Coming to Help the Palestinians – The Atlantic, 16.05
The competition for influence between Iran and Saudi Arabia has for decades affected the prospects for peace. Kim Ghattas

Gaza deaths may end Israel’s new Gulf friendships – CH, 13.05
The Abraham Accords, which resulted in normalization of relations between Israel, the UAE, and Bahrain, will be tested by the current outbreak of violence.

Țările arabe care își normalizaseră relațiile cu Israel, într-o poziție delicată – RFI, 13.05

Israel Is the Arab World’s New Soft Power – FP, 8.03
Arab countries are increasingly competing to deepen ties with their former enemy. By Anchal Vohra

Israel and the Emirates Are the Middle East’s New Best Friends – FP, 11.01
The Abraham Accords didn’t just seal a wary detente. It cemented Israel’s first regional partnership. By Anchal Vohra

What Morocco’s Agreement With Israel Means for the Wider Middle EastPhilip H. Gordon, CFR, 11.12.20



SUA

Biden’s Democracy Agenda Faces First Big Test in Gaza – FP, 19.04
To break the cycle of violence, the United States could try to make both Israel and Palestine more responsive democracies. By Elise Labott, an adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service and a columnist at Foreign Policy.

Why Biden Can’t End Israel’s War With Hamas – FP, 19.04
There’s only one long-term solution to the conflict—and neither side is interested. By Jonathan Tepperman

Biden’s Moves on Gaza at U.N. Test U.S. Credibility – FP, 18.05
China and Russia capitalize on Washington’s resistance. By Colum Lynch, Robbie Gramer

The U.S. Can Neither Ignore nor Solve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – FA, 14.05
Washington Must Actively Manage a Dispute It Can’t End. By Martin Indyk

What Biden Is—and Isn’t—Willing to Do for Palestinians – FP, 14.05
The new U.S. president wants to help, but he may not be prepared to pay the price. By James Traub, a nonresident fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation and a columnist at Foreign Policy.

Biden’s Old Playbook Won’t End Israeli-Palestinian Violence – FP, 13.05
Further conflict is inevitable unless Washington ends Israel’s impunity and includes Palestinians in its global democracy agenda. By Zaha Hassan, a visiting fellow at the Carnegie Endowment and a former advisor to Palestinian negotiators, and Daniel Levy, the president of the U.S./Middle East Project and a former Israeli negotiator.

Biden Stonewalls U.N. Concern Over Israeli-Palestinian Clashes – FP, 12.05
The United States, formerly the “honest broker,” must navigate political landmines at home and abroad to respond. By Colum Lynch, Robbie Gramer, Jack Detsch, Allison Meakem

What the Latest Fighting Between Israelis and Palestinians Means for Biden – FP, 11.05
The U.S. president had hoped to avoid getting entangled in the conflict. Then the shooting started. By Dan Ephron

If Biden Wants Israeli-Palestinian Peace, He Must Break With the Past – FP, 22.12.20
The new administration should not simply undo Trump’s toxic legacy and return to the dead-end Oslo peace process. It must pressure Israel to accept the Arab Peace Initiative. By Avi Shlaim

What Is U.S. Policy on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?Kali Robinson, CFR, 12.04.21
The United States has long tried to negotiate a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but several factors, including deep divisions between and within the parties and declining U.S. interest in carrying out its traditional honest-broker role, hurt the chances of a peace deal.

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