Will the murder of three teenagers bring Armageddon to the Arab-Israeli conflict?
And it's high time they did.
New polls from across the region show a deep pessimism on the possibility of a non-violent, two-state solution.
Can Netanyahu find Israel's three kidnapped teenagers without destroying his own government and tearing the West Bank apart?
The militant Palestinian movement faces declining popular support, empty coffers, and bitter enemies abroad. Now with a massive Israeli crackdown underway, it's struggling to determine its true identity.
A cohesive Iraqi state will always be a fiction. ISIS will shoot itself in the foot. And other important truths to guide U.S. policy in today’s increasingly turbulent Middle East.
How the disappearance of three Israeli boys in the West Bank is upending Palestinian politics.
The Israeli president's departure only highlights the glaring dearth of decent leaders remaining in the region today.
The peace process has failed again, and it's time for Israel's neighbors to shoulder the burden of dealing with the Palestinians.
Palestinian businessman Bashar al-Masri has a plan for building democracy on the West Bank. And it's not really about politics.
The Turkish indictment of Israeli officials for the Mavi Marmara raid looks like a cynical ploy by Recep Tayyip Erdogan to shore up his popularity.
A conversation with FP's David Rothkopf and former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren -- on Zionism, the loyalty of American Jews, and the promise of the Promised Land.
There's actually a lesson about Israel buried inside this horribly bad horror flick about Hezbollah zombies.
Israel says it wants to lift its Bedouin citizens out of poverty. But it keeps demolishing their villages.
Why Israel should count itself lucky to have a straight-talking pal like John Kerry.
Why apocalyptic warnings from America's diplomat-in-chief will do nothing to advance the peace process.
The reconciliation deal between Hamas and the PLO is long overdue. And America should welcome it.
The world is addicted to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. But are never-ending negotiations only delaying a day of reckoning?
The latest round of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations never had a chance -- and unless the United States asks itself some tough questions, its days as peace broker are numbered.
Israel fears prosecution in The Hague, and the Palestinians know it. But does the world’s war crimes court want to get involved?
With the peace process sputtering, will John Kerry abandon his signature initiative -- or cling to his belief that a deal can really be reached?
Palestine's push for international recognition is tanking John Kerry's peace talks. Was this Abbas's plan all along?
John Kerry and Washington's decades-long fight over releasing Israel's controversial spy.
Hagel is wheels up for Hawaii, Asia; Hagel: who thinks tobacco is still healthy?; SitRep reaches 100,000 readers; George Little gets a promotion; and a bit more.
Jonathan Pollard is Israel's most notorious spy. So why are Washington and Jerusalem talking about freeing him?
Five ways to tell the Middle East peace process is in big trouble.
In refusing to recognize Israel as the “Jewish state,” the Palestinian leader is denying a fact that even Yasser Arafat was willing to admit.
As rockets and threats fly fast and furious, a familiar tension builds in the Middle East.
Should NATO troops help enforce an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement?