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How should the EU deal with Gaza?

By Jacek Zakowski / 18 January, 2018

How should the EU deal with Gaza? Aid is not the solution and Gaza’s humanitarian crisis is not an overnight occurrence.

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The economic burden of West Bank settlements

By Roby Nathanson / 11 December, 2017

The current perpetual stalemate in Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, coupled with the tumultuous state of the Middle East region, has had and will continue to have a deep impact on the welfare of Israeli society. Settlement activities encompass a variety of costs, direct and indirect, visible and hidden.   In our […]

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How to grasp the full impact of the settlement on the Palestinian quest for self-determination

By Zena Agha / 11 December, 2017

Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories loom large in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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The EU Global Strategy and the Israel-Palestine Conflict: A Last Call for the EU?

By Andrea Dessì / 11 December, 2017

If the EU is serious about support for Palestinian rights then Palestine will emerge as a key litmus test for the EU’s credibility.

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East Jerusalemites need to be a priority in any new strategy for the Israel-Palestinian conflict

By Itxaso Domínguez de Olazábal / 11 December, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump’s December 6th announcement, in which he recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, shed light on the significance and symbolism of the city.

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Europe must face the new realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By Pierre Vimont / 6 December, 2017

Peace Process : There has been a marked lack of progress in the Middle East in recent times, with Europeans struggling to make themselves heard.

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Palestinian re-unification: What can Europe do?

By Hugh Lovatt / 17 November, 2017

There is growing awareness among European officials and others that the Palestinian political system is heading towards a significant crossroads.

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