Abram Shanedling
Abram Shanedling
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Solar Energy as Peace Builder in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

While the peace process is stuck in a deadlock, new investment in solar energy could be the key to cooperation between Israelis and Palestinians.

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Jerusalem Post Reporter Talks Israel-Palestine

A senior Palestinian affairs correspondent shares his personal opinion on Palestinian-Israeli relations and the on-going conflict in the region.
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Palestinian Human Rights Activist Sees Limited Opportunity for Peace

The executive director of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group explains why he sees little progress in Palestinian-Israeli negotiations.
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Delicacies of Assassination: What the U.S. Did Right With Bin Laden

Bin Laden's death comes with questions over whether the U.S. handled the situation correctly. Many of these questions can be answered by looking to similar counterterrorism experiences in Israel.
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Goldstone 'Changes Mind,' So What Now?

Richard Goldstone has publicly admitted that his 2009 U.N. report accusing Israel of targeting civilians was wrong. Even with this acknowledgement, Israel still faces new diplomatic challenges.
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In Israel-Palestine, A Tragic Murder That Demands More Than Words

The Palestinian Authority has not fully condemned the murder of 5 Israelis in Itamar. If they are to be a credible peace partner, the PA cannot directly or indirectly promote violence.

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What Mideast Autocrats and Midwest Governors Have in Common

News for the past month has been focused on uprisings in the Arab world and protests in the Midwest. Perhaps the two are not entirely separate stories.