The 1978 Camp David and 1995 Dayton Accords ended very different conflicts, but their U.S. brokers employed surprisingly similar, and successful, tactics: This is how they made imperfect, but lasting, peace
Ehud Barak, you must get up to take the position as head of a camp including all the fair politicians in Israel at the moment. Start the second revolution.
Are the changes in way Israel is portrayed indicative of a new spirit wafting from President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi?
Egypt made an excellent deal: It receives an outstanding economic lifeline in exchange for territories that it does not even own. However, this rescue line is also a knotted rope that turns Egypt into a Saudi satellite state.
In the closing months of Clinton's term, Berger was a prominent player at the 2000 Camp David summit in which Clinton tried unsuccessfully to advance the Middle East peace process.
Even with Benjamin Netanyahu conveying conflicting messages about it, left-wing parties keeping mostly mum about it, the center-right not expressing a stance and Habayit Hayehudi firmly opposed - the ‘two states’ idea is not dead yet.
Already in his political science class 50 years ago, there were students who felt that Avineri was presenting a holistic, absolute version of things devoid of doubt.
Robert Malley has drawn some pro-Israel criticism for dismissing the narrative that the Palestinians were to blame for the collapse the Camp David talks.
The anniversary of the Camp David Accords, which shattered the consensus and served as a basis to the agreements that followed, passed without mention by the Israeli and Egyptian authorities.
Why are we repeatedly surprised every time Mahmoud Abbas fails to sign a peace agreement with Israel?
American intelligence warned that Israeli premier Begin's failing health could complicate negotiations, files reveal.
'Al Baz was an Egyptian nationalist who regarded cooperation with Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians as a supreme Egyptian interest.'
Both the Israeli and Palestinian peoples should bring any peace deal negotiated by their leaders to national vote - while the U.S. must act as an impartial broker.
The military takeover in Cairo looks like a coup, walks like a coup and quacks like a coup, but defining it as such could destabilize the new regime and threaten the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty.
Egypt's president is no Zionist, but will Israel truly benefit from his ouster?
Israelis have long accused Arabs of squandering every chance for peace, but has Israel itself squandered so many opportunities that its very identity as a Jewish state is now in jeopardy?
Molad - The Center for Renewal of Democracy deals with the lost goblin of Israeli politics: the left.