Recent U.S. steps taken against the Palestinians ignore that Israel has already entered into a demographic dilemma.
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Protests in the governorate are stepping away from sectarianism toward a new form of political mobilization.
The Israeli and Palestinian communities are growing ever closer physically while remaining separated politically. Any solution must adequately address the needs of both sides.
The international community will have to come to grips with the death of the two-state solution. It is no longer taboo to talk about alternatives, including variations of the one-state solution.
Rebels often adopt Salafi jihadism as a strategic choice to gain competitive advantages.
Yezid Sayigh discusses Palestinian-Israeli relations and sees little prospect of a breakthrough.
Despite variances in threat intensity and risk, challenges loom across the Maghreb. The specter of jihadism may haunt North Africa for a long time.
U.S. policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian dispute is shifting rapidly. Today, the idea of a two-state solution is under serious challenge due to political shifts in the Israeli and Palestinian camps, changes on the ground, and changes in the U.S. stance.
If Saudi Arabia aims to reform Wahhabi Salafism, it must not execute the reformers.
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