Regions / Palestinian Territories
The failure of John Kerry's Israeli-Palestinian peace talks showed just how extreme U.S. policy on the conflict has become.
Pope Francis' seemingly impromptu prayer at Israel's Apartheid Wall hinted at a radical critique of Israel in an otherwise carefully orchestrated trip.
Do the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks herald the end of the two-state solution? If so, what comes next?
Even Dennis Rodman could have done a better job of facilitating Palestinian-Israeli negotiations than the Americans.
Syria's civil war has divided the Palestinian resistance and complicated its patchwork of international alliances.
Amid floundering peace talks, Jewish artists, historians, and activists are taking an increasingly critical look at Israel's founding and history.
New books by Ari Shavit and Ilan Pappe offer competing but valuable reexaminations of Israel's history and the future of peace in the Middle East.
Sunni Hamas and Shiite Hezbollah have apparently agreed to disagree on Syria while maintaining a strategic partnership against Israel.
In light of competing historical narratives and a fraught political environment, can negotiators find a middle ground on the right of return for Palestinian refugees?
Rather than continuing to fixate on a grand agreement, a more incremental approach should be considered.