Today’s Barak understands what Prime Minister Barak didn’t want to know: Nurturing the settlements leads to nothing but devastation. He’s capable of beating the ultranationalist right in a way Shimon Peres never could
Fifty years after the Six-Day War, the State Archives are releasing the transcripts of government meetings in 1967
Itamar Rabinovich, the late prime minister's ambassador to Washington, details why Rabin preferred peace with Assad over the Palestinians, in his new book, 'Yitzhak Rabin: Soldier, Leader, Statesman.'
In First Appearance Since Election, Bill Clinton Talks of Missed Opportunities for Israeli-Palestinian Peace
At Brookings Institution event commemorating Yitzhak Rabin, Clinton praised the late Israeli prime minister, saying that there could have been a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians if Rabin hadn't been killed in 1995.
The details emerge in a 1994 interview with Rabin that is the centerpiece of Amos Gitai’s new film 'Shalom Rabin.'
A familiar historical outcry about slain Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin arises from the pages of this excellent book: If only he had gone all the way with peace.
The political game between right and left in Israel is no longer a substantive debate about political policies and worldviews.
Benjamin Netanyahu didn't lead the incitement against Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, extremist rabbis did.
One cannot suspect for a moment that Netanyahu ever acted to calm the discourse – the absolute opposite is true.
President Rivlin: I hope next year the entire state will commemorate Yitzhak Rabin in a single event.