18 October 2018 - 10 Heshvan 5779 - י' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Unlikely bedfellows against the bad fellows E-mail

The Middle East has undergone a dramatic shift in alignments, perhaps more significant than anything that has happened since the 1950s. On one side are the HISH powers -Hizballah, Iran, Syria, Hamas-and on the other virtually every other Arab state. The latter, less radical group is also placed in a situation where its interests parallel those of Israel and the United States. They are very much aware of this fact.

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Cease Process, Not Peace Process E-mail

The world’s approach to the Middle East is largely based on resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Thousands of diplomatic hours, plane tickets, innocent reams of paper, and posh hotel rooms are being devoted to this effort. The pace of time, cost, and attention is accelerating.

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A window of opportunity for Israel-Palestinian peace E-mail

Let me put it this way: in diplomatic terms, looking through the window is worthwhile but, in analytical terms, I don’t think anyone is going to be able to climb through it.

The problem of the current situation poses two typical issues which often bedevil—but could be used to clarify—Middle East issues. The first is the logical versus the real; the second is the diplomatic versus the analytical.

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