By Mehdi Hasan - 10 February 09:09
The Aipac lobby group is famed for its ability to move bills, spike nominations and keep legislators in line – but is its influence waning?
By Media Mole - 30 January 01:06
Israeli settlements in the West Bank cause misery for Palestinians - but, of course, one must lend equal weight to the joy that bubbly soft drinks bring to the rest of us.
By Peter Hain - 30 January 11:54
"Could a common state solution more easily resolve the deadlock than the two-state solution I and many others have long-favoured?"
By New Statesman - 11 January 02:04
The former Israeli prime minister is dead, eight years after a stroke which ended his political career.
By Matthew Levitt - 17 September 09:35
While the US continues to deliberate their course of action, so, too, does Hezbollah. After depending upon the Syrian regime for so long, how will they retaliate in the event of air strikes?
By Richard Irvine - 06 August 06:50
While the Israeli government's plans for a rail network linking Israel to the West Bank and Gaza may bring a slight improvement in living standards, it also has the potential to erase Palestinian opportunities for independent economic development and perm
By James Rodgers - 23 July 12:06
Having reported on the conflict for years, James Rodgers explains why energy and ambition alone will not be enough to secure peace.
By Mehdi Hasan - 11 July 08:43
Whether we’re willing to admit it or not, Israel’s the Palestinian “peace process” is dead. There’s no hope of any success for a two-state solution.
By Uri Dromi - 20 June 11:14
If Assad is removed, who will succeed him? Even if there is a viable successor, it is likely that the bloodshed will continue, with infighting between rebel groups and lots of scoresettling.
By Matt Hill - 24 May 08:28
If you want the bottom line about why William Hague and other dignitaries are in Israel for sham talks about peace, look at the bottom line.