Dr. Alon Ben-Meir

Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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 It takes bold US leadership to effect a change in the Israeli-Palestinian discourse, and Biden may well bethe right president at the right time that will ultimately serve the Israelis as much if not more than the Palestinians.

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Where did we go so wrong in Afghanistan ?

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Where did we go so wrong in Afghanistan ?

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Seventy-three years of deadly illusions must come to an end

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Seventy-three years of deadly illusions must come to an end

Both sides in the Israel-Palestine conflict must decide whether to chart a new path leading to a mutually gratifying peace or continue a self-consuming conflict.

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Biden may succeed where his predecessors failed

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Biden may succeed where his predecessors failed
 
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Biden May Succeed Where His Predecessors Failed

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President Biden may well succeed in forging an Israeli-Palestinian peace by restating in the strongest terms that a two-state solution remains the only viable option and works to create the conditions on

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The Creation Of A Palestinian State Is Inescapable

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The Creation Of A Palestinian State Is Inescapable

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The Occupation Poses The Greatest Danger To Israel

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The Occupation Poses The Greatest Danger To Israel


Any observer of Israel’s continuing occupation cannot but conclude that the occupation is indefensible as it prevents the establishment of a Palestinian state and perilously erodes the country’s moral foundation to a degree that challenges the premise behind its very creation.

Righting the Wrong


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Jerusalem: A Flashpoint For Conflict Or Microcosm Of Peace?

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  Regardless of how the current and future violent conflicts between Israel and the Palestinians in Jerusalem will end, there will be no Israeli-Palestinian peace unless East Jerusalem becomes the capital of a Palestinian state while the city remains united.

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The flareup that has engulfed East Jerusalem over the past few days should surprise no one. The status quo could never be sustained; the Palestinians’ resentment of the occupation was only deepening and any incident could have precipitated a violent outbreak.

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A third Israeli-Hamas war: What’s next?

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A third Israeli-Hamas war: What’s next?
 
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A Rare Chance To Chart A New Course Toward Peace

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There has never been an Israeli government representing the entire political spectrum from the extreme left to the extreme right. This offers a rare chance to chart a new course to gradually end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It will be tragic to miss this historic opportunity.

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