Aluf Benn is the editor-in-chief of Haaretz Newspaper. He has followed the country's leadership, foreign policy, and national security, covering six prime ministers from Yitzhak Rabin through Benjamin Netanyahu's second term, and reporting on Israeli-Arab wars and peace efforts since the Oslo Accords in 1993.
His work has appeared in The New York Times, Foreign Affairs, and Newsweek, and he is a regular contributor to The Guardian.
Benn holds an MBA degree from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a degree from Tel Aviv University.
Labor-sponsored bill would provide compensation to W. Bank settlers east of fence who leave voluntarily.
Livni, at a Kadima faction meeting, says she hopes the Arab world will take a more active role in negotiations.
Report published by influential U.S. think tank urges intense dialogue on strike against Iran's nuclear facilities.
Middle East envoy tells Haaretz he no longer believes 'land for peace' concept is sufficient in and of itself.
Olmert: International Jewish groups won't back undemocratic state; talks will be complex, require patience.
He favors far-reaching negotiations (but says he understands Israel's security needs). She promotes economic projects (but believes that nothing can be done without women). He advises Ehud, she has a word for Aliza. While Haaretz spoke to Quartet envoy Tony Blair in Washington, D.C., it also met with his wife in Jerusalem. Both are fairly optimistic. The New Middle East, according to Tony and Cherie Blair.