A new book chronicles the troubled bid for UN membership.
A tour of the U.S. position in the Middle East.
Most of the big moves Obama announced at the UN will require Congressional approval, so the fiscal battles are an evil omen.
An inclusive and legitimate regional security agreement could be the answer to the Middle East's most serious problem: an instable order.
If negotiations break down, the Palestinians plan to internationalize the dispute.
Skepticism is appropriate, but must not dominate as peace talks get under way.
The once-powerful movement is losing friends left and right.
The cycle of fear distracts from the underlying features of the relationship.
It won't go far unless more is done to change incentives for the Israeli government.
The soft U.S. line on Israel helps create the conditions for repeated Palestinian uprisings.
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