The film describes the activity behind the scenes of the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. The U.S. cable network will air the film to mark the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Accords
The Israeli government must see the Palestinian Authority president's words as a final warning before the PA's disintegration
Speaking to reporters while visiting India, Netanyahu says he supports economic relief for Gaza; on Iran, the prime minister warns West: Last chance to fix nuclear deal
Even the prime ministers most loyal followers, who worry about a left-wing government and another chapter of peacemaking with the Palestinians, should be looking into the grave submarine affair
Co-director: We have completely given up on any peace agreement. Now of all times its important to take a sober look backward and see the attempt to bring a different future for the two peoples.
The assassination of the former prime minister in 1995 isn't the main reason a Palestinian state hasn't been established - despite what Yasser Arafat believed
To hardcore leftist ideologues, the brave prime ministers are Sharon and Olmert, who promised their constituents one thing, but betrayed them and carried out a completely opposite policy
Show just won Tony for Best Play, but there is little resemblance to what actually happened, says Israeli legal adviser to the talks
The show, a Tony front-runner, with seven nominations including for Best Play, turns the spotlight on the unlikely back story of the 1993 Palestinian-Israeli peace agreement
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.'