Americans for Peace Now responds: With the 50th anniversary of the occupation upon us, the hope for a two-state solution is dying. If there was ever a time to speak the truth about the settlements, it’s now.
Two state solution
In the controversy over Naftali Bennett's call to fight for the settlements, the most dangerous part of his remarks passed almost unnoticed.
The quest for peace should find its bearings in 2017 with leaders, voices and a language part of the present and future, not just the past.
A fraction of a percentage point in a referendum struck down the historic government-FARC peace deal. Israel’s pro-peace deal left must learn the lessons of a cautionary tale from Colombia.
The Israeli right wing's fear of the possibility that Jews will become a minority in their country increases their need to strengthen the state's Jewish character by legislative means.
We mustn't use the Palestinians’ non-recognition of a Jewish state as an excuse for not saving Israel from itself. Israeli democracy needs a constitution based on equality before the law.
An Israeli election straight after Rabin's assassination would have been one of those historic inflection points towards peace. But Peres failed to make that call. Instead, he started a war.
Trump’s adviser on U.S.-Israel relations tells Haaretz that Palestinians want 'their so-called state' to be, 'as the Nazis said, Judenrein' or devoid of Jews.
After World War II, a group of idealistic Americans, believers in peace, sought a rapprochement with the Kremlin rather than a confrontation. Sound familiar?
In a video address, the prime minister takes on the argument that settlements in the West Bank are an obstacle to peace; U.S. state department: 'ethnic cleansing' terminology is 'inappropriate and unhelpful.'