Israeli goods produced in settlements will have to be labelled as such. Israel is calling this a boycott and raising the spectre of European anti-semitism.
Twenty years ago, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin -- the man who ushered in the Oslo Accords with the Palestinians -- was assassinated. Today's Israel is a very different place.
As Israel marked the 20th anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin's assassination, fears of another surge in violence were as high as ever.
The Israeli PM's 'big lie' about Hitler and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was of a piece with Netanyahu's history of making false and misleading claims.
The Israeli prime minister's comments that an Arab leader convinced Hitler to carry out the Holocaust are a distortion of history.
Violence has become a daily occurrence in Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank and the body count is rising.
In a grim week at the UN General Assembly, the key partners in the Middle East peace process made it clear they've lost patience.
Israel's extreme response to Palestinian protests is simply prolonging the cycle of violence.
Although Hamas also wants a return to normalcy in the Gaza Strip, it is potentially a double-edged sword for the movement.
In an all-out promotional blitz, John Kerry spoke at a hastily arranged Q&A July 24 to a Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Five days later, he faced two less restrained audiences, testifying…
Israel's official policy treats stone throwing as 'a real mortal threat'. The question is, who to?
Israel's prime minister is using boycott fears to distract attention from his government's increasingly right-wing agenda.
Benjamin Netanyahu has kept his government going by doing a deal with a party even more right-wing than his former allies. There could be trouble ahead.
With the peace process derailed and the incoming Netanyahu administration promising zero tolerance to Palestine, joining the ICC sets a major cat among the pigeons.
A startling election victory has delivered the Likud leader with a range of options and left the opposition in disarray.
The EU's millions in aid to Palestinian territories has come to very little – and Netanyahu's re-election demands a new approach.
The emergence of the Joint List as the third-largest party is evidence of both Israeli democracy and a growing awareness among the nation's Arab citizens of their power to influence its direction.
Israel's triumphant prime minister has always made a habit of testing alliances to breaking point. Has he gone too far this time?
"Oy givalt, don't scare me like that!" But that's exactly what candidate Benjamin Netanyahu did in the last five days of the campaign. And it worked.
The Likud Party, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has won a dramatic victory in the Israeli election that few had predicted.