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.
- 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.
- The Israeli author, activist and daughter of the late General Moshe Dayan speaks to Reset on the prospects ahead for the country – and the region – as Benny Gantz and Amir Peretz prepare to join a new Netanyahu-led government.
- The surprising alliance between Bibi Netanyahu and Benny Gantz looks to deal a definitive blow to Palestinians’ statehood aspirations. With the Arab countries complicity.
- Several days following the September 28, 1982 massacre of Sabra and Shatila, the Israel Council of Ministers decided to establish an investigative inquiry commission to probe and to establish Israel’s responsibilities for the events in the Palestinian refugee camps of Beirut. The report of the Commission chaired by Yitzhak Kahan, former head of the Supreme Court, together with Aharon Barak, Supreme Court Justice, and General Yona Efrat, was complete on February 8, 1983. Thirty years later, the Israeli State archives have published the report in full.