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    Israel-Palestine: a frontline report
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    Written by: Mariano Aguirre All articles by Mariano Aguirre

    It is a time of danger in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as crisis in Israel-United States relations. What are the prospects for movement in the blocked peace process; how do Palestinians in the occupied territories view the current stasis; and what role should the international community play? Mariano Aguirre of the Norwegian Peacebuilding Centre reports on a visit to the region.

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    Israel vs the United States: the wrong Goliath
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    Written by: Thomas O'Dwyer All articles by Thomas O'Dwyer

    The sudden collision between Binyamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama’s administration is reverberating across the middle east. Thomas O'Dwyer gauges the impact in Israel and talks to a senior scholar of US-Israel relations.

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    America and Israel: a historic choice
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    Written by: Paul Rogers All articles by Paul Rogers

    The serious row between Washington and Tel Aviv is about far more than the construction of homes in east Jerusalem; it goes to the heart of the close military alliance between the two states. (This article was first published on 18 March 2010)

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    A moderate Israeli leader visits the LSE
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    Written by: Alaa Tartir All articles by Alaa Tartir

    In the audience of a London School of Economics panel chaired by Lakhdar Brahimi to discuss the findings of the Goldstone Report and peace in the Middle East, a Palestinian student ponders the contribution of Admiral Ami Ayalon

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    Hizbollah vs Israel: the coming clash
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    Written by: Robert G Rabil All articles by Robert G Rabil

    A shifting balance of calculation in the middle east makes Lebanon’s Hizbollah movement more confident in its strategy of “deterrence-by-terror” vis-à-vis Israel, says Robert G Rabil

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