Tagged: peace process
Bureaucratic defeat within the United Nations security council might lead to diplomatic victory for those seeking to end Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories.
Hope among both Jewish and Palestinian Israelis that a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians can ever be achieved appears to be fading.
The Obama administration is offering lots of new carrots and a pretty weak stick in hopes of winning just a temporary 60-day extension of Israel's settlement slow-down.
"International law is not an empty promise" -- except apparently for Palestinians.
The peace process in Northern Ireland has encountered several challenges in recent months. But with U.S. support, the peace will likely hold.
Turkey and Qatar are putting U.S. dominance in the Middle East to the test.
Is the quest for Israel-Palestine peace not only impossible but obsolete?
UFPJ Talking Points #51: The plan is narrower and more constrained than before.
The recent assault on the Red Mosque in Islamabad seems to be the latest example of "our man in Pakistan" doing our bidding despite his questionable credentials. But this week, Foreign Policy In Focus gives you a very different picture of the Red Mosque assault.
We are unquestionably the wealthiest nation in the world. But the question is, in this age of globalization, what are we doing with it?