The Middle East peace process is dead. More precisely, the two-state solution is dead; the peace process may well go on indefinitely if this Israeli government has its way.TAGGED: Palestine
|Judith Butler, a comparative literature professor at UC Berkeley, is embroiled in controversy again now that the city of Frankfurt intends to give her a prize worth 50,000 Euros on September 11.
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|“Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a vital national security interest,” the voice of the American foreign policy consensus has intoned, with its trademark gravitas, for the past decade. “But,” it continues... more ››|
|To understand al-Qaida, which of course goes under many names and regional local groups, is simple. It has one strategy: kill!
No, it sure isn’t the Age of Aquarius or of multicultural, politically correct love-ins. It’s the... more ››|
|Over the past decade, some the world’s leading democracies built walls and fences on their borders. The United States, India and Israel — often respectively described as the world’s oldest democracy, the... more ››|
|Syrian airspace has hitherto been regarded as perhaps the toughest nut to crack, technically, as well as Syria's being, too, the country most likely to share early-warning intelligence with Teheran. But with the Assad regime... more ››|