Palestinian Authority Cracks Down Amid Criticism Of Renewed Negotiations September 28, 2013
A series of violent incidents in the West Bank reflect a growing skepticism of the PA’s legitimacy among Palestinians.
Despite Peace Talks, Kurdish Rifts Persist In Turkey By Patrick O. Strickland
Tense divisions continue between the Turkish government and the country's Kurdish minority.
Retreat From Push To Strike Syria Followed Charges Of US Opportunism By Patrick O. Strickland
Facing mass opposition at home and abroad, the Obama administration appears to have backed off its call to target the Syrian regime.
Ahead Of Rumored Presidential Run, Rick Perry Heads To Israel By Patrick O. Strickland
Perry is a part of a crowded club of Republicans who accuse President Obama of “betraying Israel.”
Is Israel Negotiating With Palestine In Good Faith? By Patrick O. Strickland
Israel's approval of new settlements have many questioning the so-called "peace process."
Israeli Plan To Evict Bedouins Casts Doubt On Renewed Peace Talks By Patrick O. Strickland
Israel's Knesset is pushing to pass legislation that would forcibly relocate tens of thousands of Bedouin citizens.
Facing Threats And Abuse, Hunger Strikers Held In Israel Remain Defiant By Patrick O. Strickland
Twelve Palestinian and Jordanian detainees are continuing a long-running hunger strike in Israeli prisons.
Don’t Expect The Situation In Egypt To Cool Down Anytime Soon By Patrick O. Strickland
Under Morsi or the military, calm seems unlikely as long as the conditions for unrest are not remedied.