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Israel PM's peacemaking efforts should be remembered

Israel PM's peacemaking efforts should be remembered Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Ahron Shapiro

Ariel Sharon, the former Israeli general, Defence Minister and Prime Minister who died earlier this month, was one of the government officials who greeted then-Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on the tarmac during his famous visit to Israel in November 1977. Sharing a smile and a handshake, Sadat rib

Too many chances for abuse in Iran deal

Too many chances for abuse in Iran deal Categories: International Security, Iran, Op-eds     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

THE six-month interim nuclear deal reached between Iran and the US-led P5+1 powers - US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany - in Geneva in late November finally came into effect yesterday. But now the really hard part begins. If the six-month deal does not lead in the end to the kind of agreemen

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Ariel Sharon, from warrior to peacemaker

Ariel Sharon, from warrior to peacemaker Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

Israel's former prime minister Ariel Sharon passed away on January 11. Debate about his legacy will continue for years. Views about it have already changed since he became incapacitated eight years ago, as today many on Israel's left praise his decision to dismantle the settlements in the Gaza Stri

Want peace in Syria? Work on reconciliation from day one

Want peace in Syria? Work on reconciliation from day one Categories: Op-eds, Syria     Author: Or Avi-Guy

When outsiders survey the devastation in Syria, reconciliation is probably the last thing that comes to mind. Millions of refugees and internally displaced people are desperate for humanitarian aid. Millions more are caught in the lines of sectarian fire. Who has time to think about such fluffy &l

The Legacy of Ariel Sharon

The Legacy of Ariel Sharon Categories: Israel, Updates    

This Update features three pieces reflecting on the legacy of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who died over the weekend after eight years in a coma. We lead with Washington Institute for Near East Policy expert David Pollock. His article's main point is to explore how Sharon

Bulldozer who guided Israel from centre

Bulldozer who guided Israel from centre Categories: Israel, Op-eds     Author: Ahron Shapiro

THE passing of Ariel Sharon, Israel's first truly centrist prime minister, is a watershed event in Israel's history, as he served in a unique capacity as the pivotal bridge between Israel's founding generation and political landscape and the mature and modern Israel of today.

Statement: Death of Ariel Sharon

Statement: Death of Ariel Sharon Categories: Israel, Media Releases    

Ariel Sharon was a towering figure throughout Israel's history and made powerful, unique contributions to the development of the Jewish State, both as an outstanding, heroic soldier and a transformative, respected - if at times controversial - political figure. Boldness, bravery and capability were

Elements of a "Framework Agreement"

Elements of a "Framework Agreement" Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates    

With US Secretary of State John Kerry just having left the Mideast region Monday but expected to return next week, this Update looks at the prospects and some of the key issues for the "framework agreement" between Israel and the Palestinian Authority that he is reportedly workin

Signs of hope

Signs of hope Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

Often when discussing the Arab-Israeli conflict, it is easy to despair, but if we search there are stories waiting to be told about every day people that give us hope and inspiration. Here are some of those stories....

Aspects of Peacemaking Categories: Israel, Palestinians, Updates    

This Update contains insightful new articles dealing with three different important issues that will have to be resolved in any Israeli-Palestinian final peace agreement - or even a "framework agreement" of the sort that US Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to broker by April.

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