Added on 19/09/2011
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JUAN COLE: The Palestinians are heading to the U.N this week hoping to change the dynamics of the wretched situation they find themselves in.
Added on 01/05/2011
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TIM HAUGHTON, MONDOWEISS: The ‘doublespeak’ of Israeli negotiations has been based for many years on three simple words.
Added on 19/03/2011
Mishaal Al Gergawi
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MISHAAL AL GERGAWI: Failure to engage in dialogue will prolong the political stalemate, lead to further radicalisation on both sides.
Added on 21/02/2011
Michael J. Totten
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MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: Two years ago I spent time in Libya. It seems like a good time to revisit my experience of a kind people but an overarching, clamping presence.