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  • A primer on Gaza and Israel

    The conflict between Israel and Hamas seems no closer to resolution. Here are answers to some of the key questions associated with the crisis earlier this year. How did we get here? On Dec. 27, Israel began a week of airstrikes against the Hamas...
  • For some Palestinians, one state with Israel is better than none

    Frustrated by years of on-and-off peace talks with Israel, Palestinians are losing hope for an independent homeland, and some are proposing a radically different cause: a shared state with equal rights for Palestinians and Jews. A "two-state solution"...
  • The next leader of Israel?

    Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's decision to quit after his centrist Kadima party chooses a new leader in September could trigger early national elections. These are some of his possible successors: Tzipi Livni Foreign minister and chief negotiator...
  • Will peace cost me my home?

    Sixty years ago, my grandparents lived in the beautiful village of Beit Daras, a few kilometers north of Gaza. They were farmers and owned hundreds of acres of land. But in 1948, in the first Arab-Israeli war, many people lost their lives defending...
  • Anatomy of an about-face on Iran

    Anatomy of an about-face on Iran
    Last spring, as U.S. intelligence agencies worked to complete an assessment of Iran's nuclear weapons program, they were firmly on track to reach the same conclusion as previous reports: Tehran was bent on building the bomb. But within weeks, there was...
  • Israel eases blockade on Gaza Strip

    Israel agreed to allow limited supplies of fuel, medicine and food into the Gaza Strip today, easing a blockade that left large parts of the Palestinian territory without electricity and drew international protests. The promise of relief also followed...
  • Israeli panel faults 2006 war effort

    Israeli panel faults 2006 war effort
    An official panel of inquiry found Wednesday that Israel's failure to win the 2006 war in Lebanon stemmed from "flawed conduct" and "serious failings" by its political and military leadership, but concluded that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert acted in what he...