Although an outrage against the Israeli offensive in Gaza was sweeping the globe, fear of the Jewish State and its dependable American ally has kept the international community from laying down the law. In the author’s view, the world lacks strong political leaders capable of rising to the occasion.
Concrete proposals in order to make progress in the demilitarization of the Strip
Lessons from the latest violent episode between Israel and Hamas
The important concessions that an impetuous Israel is still unwilling to make
In 1968, Israel was warned that if it were to lose its self-control and ability to keep its position in the tumultuous Middle East would weaken significantly. In 2008 and on into 2009, it waged a devastating three-week long war against an enemy interspersed within a civilian population. Discover how Israel has gradually turned into a quick-tempered military machine, and what the concessions that the country must make in order to achieve true peace are.
The solution to the Israeli-Palestinian dilemma is not a military one
The 90-year long war in the Middle East
How to remain loyal to both your people and country
Palestinian citizens of Israel have a vested interest in a peace agreement between their people and their state. They want to be regarded as full citizens of Israel, but at the same time do not want to give up their ability to impact the country’s policy towards the Palestinian people. They need to help bring back the Arab peace plan, and in the meantime will lick the Gazans’ open wounds, says the author.
How to soften the effects of the international economic crisis in Latin America
The crisis sweeping the financial markets, epicentered in Wall Street, is bringing both fear and opportunities to the countries of South America. The author states that the trade agreement between Mercosur and the State of Israel is a step forward. The challenge lies in creating policies that soften the effects of this global crisis.
- Mercosur’s unresolved agenda, 16 years after its creation
por Mariana Foglia
Kadima, Avoda, Shas and the Likud will compete for control of the Knesset this upcoming February 10