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.'
25 years following the signing of the peace accords, a Broadway play centered on the Norwegian negotiation coordinators to be adapted for the screen