Tagged: Peace Talks

POLICY BRIEF: The Obama/Kerry Parameters: Blueprint for Apartheid Fact Sheets
IMEU

POLICY BRIEF: The Obama/Kerry Parameters: Blueprint for Apartheid

Prior to the conference on Israeli-Palestinian peace being convened by the French government in Paris on Sunday and the principles of a two-state framework recently laid out in a major speech by US Secretary of State John Kerry, the IMEU offers the following policy brief.

on January 11, 2017
Expert Q&A: Obama’s UN Moves & Growing US Partisan Divide on Palestine/Israel
IMEU

Expert Q&A: Obama’s UN Moves & Growing US Partisan Divide on Palestine/Israel

Regarding President Obama’s deliberations over whether to take action at the UN on Palestine/Israel before he leaves office, including possibly supporting a Security Council resolution condemning Israel’s illegal settlement enterprise, the IMEU offers the following Q&A with Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland and non-resident senior fellow at the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, about his recently released poll on US attitudes towards Israel and the Palestinians.

on December 13, 2016
Expert Q&A: On the Final Obama-Netanyahu Meeting Q&As
IMEU

Expert Q&A: On the Final Obama-Netanyahu Meeting

Following President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's final meeting at the White House, the IMEU offers the following expert Q&A with Diana Buttu, Ramallah-based political analyst and former advisor to Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Palestinian negotiators.

on September 21, 2016
Peace Now: Settlement Expansion Strengthens Extremism, Endangers Israelis News Roundup
Ma'an News Agency

Peace Now: Settlement Expansion Strengthens Extremism, Endangers Israelis

Settlement watchdog Peace Now slammed the Israeli government’s approval of 800 housing units in the Maale Adumim illegal settlement bloc and in occupied East Jerusalem on Monday, saying the decision endangered “both the possibility for peace and two states and the security of Israeli citizens.”

on July 4, 2016
Expert Q&A: Palestine — The Year in Review & A Look Ahead to 2016 Q&As
IMEU

Expert Q&A: Palestine — The Year in Review & A Look Ahead to 2016

As 2015 comes to a close, the IMEU offers the following expert Q&A on the year's events in Palestine/Israel, as well as a look ahead to 2016, with political analysts Diana Buttu and Mouin Rabbani.

on December 21, 2015
Stop Smiling at This Liar: Benjamin Netanyahu Will Not Get Away With This Much Longer Op-Eds & Analysis
Ahmad Tibi, Salon

Stop Smiling at This Liar: Benjamin Netanyahu Will Not Get Away With This Much Longer

President Obama’s restraint in his joint press conference Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was noteworthy. Many a lesser politician would have burst out laughing when Netanyahu claimed that he remains committed to the two-state solution. Netanyahu is, after all, a man who has dedicated his political career to destroying the two-state solution.

on November 16, 2015
Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu Fact Sheets
IMEU

Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu

In light of today’s meeting at the White House between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the IMEU offers the following fact sheet, Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu.

on November 9, 2015
Kerry to Meet With Israeli, Palestinian Leaders in Effort to Halt Violence News Roundup
Carol Morello, The Washington Post

Kerry to Meet With Israeli, Palestinian Leaders in Effort to Halt Violence

Secretary of State John F. Kerry, planning to tackle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict again, departed Wednesday evening for Europe and the Middle East, where he will hold a series of meetings to try to help quell a wave of violence in Israel.

on October 21, 2015
Palestine No Longer Bound By Oslo Accords Op-Eds & Analysis
Huffington Post Live

Palestine No Longer Bound By Oslo Accords

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said at the United Nations that Palestine is no longer bound by the series of peace accords that date back to the 1990s. We break down what this means ahead of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech.

on October 1, 2015
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