· Whose Palestine?

The New York Review Blog

June 19, 2014

For a moment in early June, it seemed to many Palestinians that their political leadership was on the verge of making a historic shift. On June 2, seven years of political division—between the unelected government in the West Bank dominated by Fatah, and the elected government in Gaza controlled by the Islamist party Hamas—formally came to an end. 

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· What Future for Israel?

The New York Review of Books

August 15, 2013 Issue

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· Netanyahu, Then and Now

The New York Review Gallery

July 31, 2013

In 1978 a young American citizen then going under the Anglicized name Ben Nitay argued that Palestinians do not have a right to a state, that they could instead get citizenship in Jordan or Israel, and that their goal is not to build a state but to destroy one.

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· Our Man in Palestine

The New York Review of Books

October 14, 2010 Issue

The American mission to build up West Bank security forces led by Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.

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