For the people of Palestine, the trauma of 70 years ago never ended.
There is far more opportunity than danger in the two countries’ flirtation.
A perceived failure on any of these undertakings could produce a crisis of legitimacy.
At this stage, a great start and a false start would both look much the same.
Possibly to a dangerous degree
The longer he delays, the lower the chances it will happen.
In its war with Israel, the Palestinian group has accomplished none of its aims.
His UN address was like so much of the U.S., Israeli, and Palestinian conduct in the peace process -- restricted by politics at home and unlikely to bring the parties together
Why the country appears on track for the worst, and what happens when it gets there
Palestinian leaders need a reason not to ask the United Nations for recognition in September, which would be risky for everyone involved
Neither the monarchy nor the opposition appears able to overcome the other. When will they stop fighting and start settling?