As the Middle East descends into chaos, Israel’s peace agreements with Egypt and Jordan are two cornerstones of stability. Israel remains committed to achieving peace…

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Haaretz: With No Solution in Sight: Between Two National Movements, by Shlomo Avineri

There is more than one reason for the failure to achieve an end to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians: mutual distrust between the…

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Ynet: What Putin’s Syrian strategy means for Israel, by Ron Ben-Yishai

Monday’s speeches at the UN General Assembly meeting revealed the true desires of Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama. The US president wants to end his…

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The Guardian: The Israeli Labour party wants clarification from Jeremy Corbyn, by Michal Biran MK

They say a man is judged by the company he keeps. And it appears Jeremy Corbyn has friends who are regarded as enemies of Israel. As a result, his…

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Jerusalem Post: Is Syria on the way to becoming a ‘frozen conflict’?, by Jonathan Spyer

The latest moves on the regime side in the Syrian war suggest an effort by the regime’s allies including Russia to ‘freeze’ the conflict, rather…

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Haaretz: Israel’s Situation Is Bleak, but Not Necessarily Irreversible, by Amos Oz

“The situation in the occupied territories is irreversible, and Israel no longer has any chance of dislodging itself from these territories.” So we hear again…

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BICOM Poll of Polls

The BICOM Poll of Polls is produced for BICOM by Arieh Kovler based on a selected basket of opinion polls published in Israel each week.