For the first time, researchers have mapped the differences in EU members’ relations with the Netanyahu government and analyzed the reasons for the union’s loss of relevance in advancing a diplomatic solution to the conflict
Eurovision is escapism for Israelis who still, 71 years on, can’t get used to the idea of living in the Middle East. And for Europeans, it's increasingly an escape from their own continent's ethno-nationalist crises
Jewish lobby group for the EU has yet to distance itself from a Danish party that recently aligned itself with far-right parties including those of Marine Le Pen, Matteo Salvini and the AfD
Statement comes after Rohani warned that Iran would scale back some of the country's compliance with the deal and will increase its uranium enrichment if world powers did not keep their promises under the 2015 agreement
The EU offered to mediate between the two parties so that Palestinian prisoners are paid based on families' socioeconomic status, not their crimes
Brussels was careful to note that this 'does not constitute a legal or political endorsement of Israeli deductions'
Two weeks ago, the Jerusalem District Court denied a petition by Omar Shakir that sought to halt his deportation. His permit was withdrawn over claims that the activist supports the boycott of Israel
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'The two-state solution is not only fading away. It is being dismantled piece by piece,' the EU’s high representative for foreign affairs says
Former diplomats and heads of state say EU should reject U.S. peace plan if it does not include viable Palestinian state and adhere to international law – principles they say Trump administration is moving away from
A growing deficit will require the treasury to cut spending and/or raise taxes just as a global economic deceleration seems to be getting underway
Politicians may rail against them, but a growing number of the 4 million Syrians in Turkey are learning Turkish and getting work permits
Luxembourg’s finance minister, Pierre Gramegna, sought on a recent visit to forge ties between Israel’s high-tech sector and his country’s financial service sector
European Union foreign policy chief releases statement on behalf of 28 union states, despite Netanyahu's past claims that his actions were going to break EU unanimity in matters concerning Israel
Despite Trump's shift toward recognition of Israeli sovereignty over Golan, European Union still considers the area occupied
Peter Szijjarto says his country's embassy will remain in Tel Aviv, in keeping with international law and EU policy
Dutch Green Party’s about-face on anti-Israel cause illustrates movement’s failure to gain traction after 14 years
In talks starting this week, Washington wants better access for its farm products – a sign of how much the global economy is undergoing risky changes
Mike Pompeo is expected to arrive in Israel in coming days to discuss Israel's plan to export natural gas to Europe with Greece and Cyprus
France, Germany and Britain say there can be no money for Syria while Assad - who is under EU sanctions - remains in power and no suggestion of renewing diplomatic contact.
Egyptian activists are trying to invigorate the public in the face of the president's sweeping constitutional changes, but he doesn't intend to allow this to threaten his rule
Comments come as the UN nuclear watchdog was expected to again announce that Tehran is complying with the nuclear deal
Luxembourg's PM told delegates in an Egypt summit his marriage to a man could lead to execution in some of the nations represented. But Middle Eastern activists say it might have done more harm than good: 'Agency is important'
Organic regulations require animals to be stunned before being killed. Jewish and Muslim laws, in contrast, require the animals to be conscious when slaughtered
King Salman has been welcomed by Egypt's Sissi ahead of the two-day summit, which he attends amid tensions with Europe over killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Prime ministers from Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia will meet in conference hosted by Israel, which hopes to use intra-European conflict to gain leverage ■ Poland mulls pulling out over Israeli FM's comments
Pence accuses EU of leading scheme to 'break American sanctions against Iran's murderous revolutionary regime'
Apart from reputational damage, inclusion on the list complicates financial relations with the EU
Israel just expelled the only international monitors protecting Hebron’s Palestinians from 800 heavily guarded far-right settlers, one of whom committed the 1994 massacre that triggered their deployment. No one expected Trump to respond - but where's the European outcry?
Anti-German dogwhistling has plagued the pro-Brexit camp since pre-referendum billboards enjoined Brits to 'Halt Ze German Advance.' As the Brexit chaos intensifies, that populist jingoism is becoming increasingly shrill