The final part of Inside the Oslo Accords, a special series for The Conversation Weekly podcast, marking 30 years since the signing of the Oslo accords.
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The history of Palestinian statehood is marked by shifts in four sovereignty categories. Understanding them can shed light on the complex dynamics and key challenges in Palestine’s statehood pursuit.
Part 1 of Inside the Oslo Accords, a three-part podcast series from The Conversation Weekly, marking the 30th anniversary of a key moment in the Israel-Palestine peace process.
Arizona is considering a multibillion-dollar desalination project to address its urgent water needs. Three water experts call for a go-slow approach and point to Israel as a role model.
A famous gesture kick-started hopes of peace in the Middle East. But today, the idea of a two-state solution seems further away than ever before.
When Yasser Arafat and Yitshak Rabin shook hands on the White House lawn in September 1993 it looked as if Israel and Palestine might achieve a lasting peace. Three decades on this remains a dream.
What will happen in Israel after more than half a year of pro-democracy demonstrations against the conservative government’s judicial overhaul?
Donald Trump has made personal grievances and payback the centerpiece of his presidential run. Will this strategy work? Two experts who study democracy look at others who have used these tactics.
A scholar of the Hebrew Bible argues that very little is known about the location of Mount Sinai, and it is likely that it was once part of a foundational legend.
Israeli settler youth in the West Bank are using their right-wing ideology as a tool that allows them to harm Palestinians and their villages with no remorse.
The state of Israel was partly built on principles established by the British empire. It has just struck down the law that underpinned democracy in the country.
Despite claims of defending democracy and shared values, the U.S.-Israel relationship is one of self-interest where the Palestinians pay the price.
Tactics used to censor the teaching of American history in Florida schools bear much in common with those seen in the illiberal democracies of Israel, Turkey, Russia and Poland.
The West Bank governing body has seen its popularity erode amid accusations of corruption and incompetence.
Israeli troops have withdrawn after two days of fighting in a camp in the occupied West Bank. But Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that it would not be a ‘one-time action.’
Israel’s prime minister is under pressure from public protests and an increasingly assertive right wing in his coalition government.
The youth of Masafer Yatta understand the power of education to help them lift up their communities and share their struggles with the world — and they continue to fight for their right to it.
Australia should recognise the state of Palestine. The legal, moral and political arguments are compelling.
LGBTQ rights are not the main issue bringing Israeli protesters to the streets, but they do symbolize the country’s stark divide.