Europeans should leverage their relationships with the Palestinian Authority to revive Palestinian institutions and reverse the PA’s slide towards authoritarianism
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The EU and the US have a decisive role to play in ensuring the electoral process succeeds. In doing so, they can support Palestinian political renewal and improve prospects for a sustainable peace agreement with Israel.
Instead of its rigid focus on the Oslo peace process, the EU should craft a new peacemaking paradigm based on equality and deoccupation
Introduction War threatens to engulf Gaza’s fragile calm. In each of the three recent conflicts that have shaken the Gaza Strip, fighting between Palestinian factions…
France sees the MENA region as a state for foreign policy and great power politics and an opportunity to shape global politics and punch above its weight
How should the EU respond to the reality of the one-state reality taking hold in Israel-Palestine?
The Oslo Accords have provided political cover for Israel’s creeping occupation and eroded the possibility of Palestinian self-determination
The EU should ensure that it is not recognising as lawful Israel’s unlawfully prolonged occupation
Renewed focus on differentiation one of few hopes for saving the two state solution
The EU needs to act faster and further in ensuring that Israeli settlements in no way benefit from EU-Israel bilateral relations