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Top of the TicketAlso, Gordon Brown, Ehud Barak, Kent Conrad, Christine Todd Whitman, Tzipi Livni, Salam Fayyad, Howard Dean, Dennis Blair, Dick Durbin, Chris Van Hollen, Austan Goolsbee, Mike Bloomberg, Elijah Cummins, Jim McDermott, Jerrold Nadler and Anthony Weiner....
Babylon & BeyondIf thereâs a lesson from Sunday's leak of alleged meeting minutes from 2008 Mideast peace talks involving Palestinian, Israeli and U.S. officials and from the previous WikiLeaks dump of U.S. diplomatic cables, perhaps it's this: Governments needn't be...
Babylon & BeyondLeaders, media, academics and arm-chair politicians (basically most Israelis) continue to monitor the upheaval rocking its big neighbor, just one door down. If there's a theme de jour, it seems to be "careful what you wish for." Monday, during a......
Babylon & BeyondTwo years ago Tzipi Livni and Ahmed Qurei had a standing rendezvous at Jerusalem's King David Hotel, at least twice a week, to hash over hotly disputed issues such as borders, refugees and the future of Jerusalem. Back then meetings......
Change is not in the air in Israel. The public mood is as unyielding as Jerusalem stone after a three-week war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip and a national election campaign that focused more on conflict management than on conflict resolution. Voters...
Tags: Ehud Barak, Diplomacy, Ariel Sharon, Israel, National Government
Today's topic: What is Israel's strategic objective in this operation? Is it merely trying to stop the rocketing, is it trying to eliminate Hamas or is it trying to do something else? And can it work? Previously, Bisharat and Phillips discussed the high...
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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIsraeli 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...
Tags: Ehud Barak, Ariel Sharon, Parliament, Israel, Labor Legislation
The lack of progress toward a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is an exception to the old saying that success has many fathers but failure is an orphan. The inability to resolve a struggle dating back to 1948 has many fathers and many...
With its broken promises and wasted potential for peacemaking, the era of Ehud Olmert is ending. On Wednesday, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni was chosen to replace Olmert as head of the ruling Kadima party. Brought down by corruption allegations and...
Tags: Diplomacy, Israel, National Government, Annapolis, Mahmoud Abbas
Israel is in the throes of a grave crisis of leadership. General elections are scheduled for Feb. 10, and there is no widely respected or overwhelmingly popular leader in sight. Even with the existential threat of a nuclear Iran looming over the country,...
Residents of the Gaza Strip braced Monday for a long-feared Israeli tank incursion as warplanes pounded the tiny bottled-up coastal enclave for a third day. The West Bank-based Palestinian Authority announced it was suspending peace talks with Israel...
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