The West Bank's first Palestinian-designed planned city offers a window into the promises and perils of the current situation in the Middle East. But will it be a novelty, or a game-changer?
What the Arab Spring and other recent events mean for the nearly decade-old peace effort
Can one city serve as the capital of both Israel and a future state of Palestine? The last in our four-part series on the key barriers to peace in the Middle East.
A report co-authored by senior Israeli defense officials argues that Israel doesn't need to control West Bank territory to keep Israel secure
Can a peace agreement meet the needs of displaced Palestinians while preserving Israel as a Jewish state?
The barrier is the most drastic change in the territorial landscape of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the erection of Israeli settlements and may well eventually be the most consequential
The Palestinian President's recent TV interview made some news
What makes places like the Ariel bloc so controversial?
Can Israel protect itself without controlling land in the West Bank?
How would a special corridor between the two Palestinian territories effect land swap negotiations?
The former U.S. secretary of state published an excerpt of her memoir in this week's Newsweek
An agreement on borders is essential to peace, but both Israel and Palestine will have to acknowledge some hard facts
Can land swaps really meet the needs of both sides?
A collaborative project from The Atlantic and the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace
Our new report is part of a long history of the magazine's coverage of Israel-Palestine
The people behind the project
Some Israel supporters are calling for the U.S. to disengage from the United Nations, but this would actually harm Israel's interests -- and go against the wishes of its diplomats