Friday, September 14, 2018


Russia-China military cooperation 'could worry Europe' Deepened ties such as those displayed in Vostok 2018 war games may make some small countries nervous, says European diplomat.

The Price of Israeli Withdrawal: Lessons from the Past Prominent politicians still advocate withdrawal from the West Bank.

Since 2016: Hamas using 17,000 children to fight Israel Jerusalem Institute for Justice submits request to sue Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh for using children as child soldiers, human shields.

The Promise of the Oslo Peace Accords - and the reality 25 years later "The first major lesson to learn from Oslo, is that the gaps between the parties are real, and very deep."

Pagan Arch to Reappear as Washington Exhibit Centerpiece The reproduction of the Arch of Palmyra, a Roman victory arch that stood as the entrance to a pagan temple for almost 2,000 years, will make an improbable appearance in Washington D.C. and the International Criminal Court in the Hague as a "symbol of Peace and Resilience."

The Grim Cost of the "Oslo War" Twenty-five years after Oslo, the balance sheet is more like what in 2003 the historian Efraim Karsh called the start of the "Oslo war".

Ending the 'Long War' For those of us who were in the Pentagon when it was attacked, the weeks around the 9/11 anniversary are always a blue period.

Britain and EU 'closing in' on a Brexit agreement, Raab says Britain and the European Union are "closing in" on a withdrawal agreement, Brexit minister Dominic Raab said on Friday, before a meeting of European leaders in Salzburg next week.

The real danger facing the European Union EEP leader Manfred Weber says he will fight the radical right if elected EU Commission President. Can we believe him?

Poland is pushing the EU into crisis It's reaping the benefits while ignoring its rules.