• Why Israel is turning its back on its own history

    In the dawn of the new year, the Israeli government ordered thousands of African refugees and migrants to leave the country within three months or face imprisonment. The statement came from the Population and Immigration Authority, which coordinates government units that deal with the regulation of the legal status...
  • No Politics, Just Justice: The ICC and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    On April 1st, The Palestinian Authority formally acceded to the Rome Statute, the treaty that governs the International Criminal Court, much to the anger and apprehension of Israelis and Israel’s supporters worldwide. However, this outrage is largely misplaced. A careful analysis of the Rome Statute and of the Court’s...
  • In the Aftermath of Parliamentary Elections in Israel

    In the aftermath of the parliamentary elections in Israel, the two primary points of focus have been two of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s statements. First was his assessment that there is no Palestinian partner for a negotiated two-state solution and, therefore, that a Palestine state would not come into existence...
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