A journal charting events during 2010 in the Middle East and beyond, concerning the eventual settlement of the Israel-Palestine situation

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  • Egyptian-Israeli relations - signs of a thaw?
    on Dec 20, 2016
            Over the years neither the Egyptian public, nor its various leaders, have exhibited much enthusiasm for a genuine friendship with Israel – this despite the peace treaty, signed way back in March 1979 by Egyptian Presiden...
  • Obama, Trump and the Middle East
    on Dec 11, 2016
  • Reconfiguring Arab-Western relations
    on Dec 6, 2016
  • What if Islamic State becomes stateless?
    on Sep 6, 2016
                      The grandiose dreams of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the founder of Islamic State (IS) who envisioned a jihadist caliphate encompassing the entire globe under his leadership, appear to be c...
  • The lure of power in Yemen
    on Aug 30, 2016
              Ali Abdullah Saleh, ex-President of Yemen                   In Yemen – as in much of the Middle East – Islam is at war with itself. As Saudi Arabia’s Sunn...
  • The making of a united Kurdistan
    on Aug 23, 2016
             The yellow area combines latest gains by Kurdish troops in Syria with the territory administered by the Kurdistan Regional Government in Iraq.                   Slowl...
  • The Qatar phenomenon
    on Aug 16, 2016
                       It is not easy to pigeon-hole Qatar, a stand-alone Middle Eastern state in more ways than one, geographically, politically, economically, influentially. That Qatar aspires to becom...
  • The controversial Mohammed Dahlan
    on Aug 9, 2016
              For years rumours of plots and counterplots have eddied around the controversial figure of Mohammed Dahlan, the charismatic Palestinian politician whom PA President Mahmoud Abbas regards as his greatest enemy, and w...
  • The con-tricks at the core of BDS
    on Aug 2, 2016
            The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement proclaims as its basic purpose exerting pressure on Israel to agree to the two-state solution. The facts and the evidence point in a different direction. Were the true...
  • Can Lebanon ever rid itself of Hezbollah?
    on Jul 19, 2016
                      In about 1980 – the exact date is disputed – Hezbollah descended like an incubus­ on Lebanon’s body politic, fastening itself onto a sleeping victim. Subsequently, while it has bee...
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