Former foreign minister Tzipi Livni has agreed to enter Prime Minister Netanyahu’s coalition as Justice Minister, and will also have responsibility for leading Israel’s negotiations with the Palestinians. This analysis examines the reasons for the deal and its implications for the peace process and the governing coalition.
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Dr. Toby Greene, argues that scepticism among voters and the rising social agenda mean the peace process is notably absent in the campaigns of many candidates, but the future of the territories is never far below the surface.
BICOM Expert View: Why Settlements have not Killed the Two-State Solution, by Col. (res.) Shaul Arieli
In this BICOM Expert View paper, Col. (res.) Shaul Arieli, former head of Israel’s administration for negotiations with the Palestinians, challenges the idea that the…