An Israel with a collapsed government will host Joe Biden in mid-July, amid uncertain political legacy and perspectives.
- The thousand-year old story of Moroccan Jews today spans throughout the world. And leaves an unmissable mark on the country’s identity.
- Palestinian Prime Minister spoke with ResetDOC ahead of his diplomatic tour to Europe. Admitting a new generation needs to take the lead.
- Liberties and economic development, rather than statehood, for Palestinians. Can Micah Goodman’s policy framework become the new Israeli mainstream?
- Al Sisi’s regime has doubled its efforts to impose itself as the key mediator between Israel and the Palestinians. The effectiveness of its diplomatic action is highly questionable.
- Israel’s Prime Minister is looking at involving Arab party Ra’am in a new coalition to try and solve the new political stalemate. That shall not impede the advancement of a sharp nationalist agenda.
- Prof. Jocelyne Cesari assesses the complex intertwining of nation and religion in the Jewish state and in the most prominent “Eurasian” Muslim country.
- A long-standing objective of Israel’s foreign policy, the pivot to Asia is a key factor in the current strategy of “normalization” of relations with several Muslim countries. And for a number of different reasons, it is showing increasing sings of success.
- An interview with PM Mohammed Shtayyeh on the day of the signing of the “Abraham Accords” between Israel and the two Gulf countries
- What the normalization and the freeze of Israel’s annexation of West Bank territories means for the Middle East, the Arab world and the Palestinians.