Tag Archives: hamas

12 Ways Tunnels Shaped Warfare

From antiquity to Gaza, tunnels let insurgents take on a powerful enemy

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A View from the Muslim World: Cairo After Obama

How has the Islamic community reacted to President Obama’s landmark Cairo speech?

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Supporting Fayyad’s Vision

Will Prime Minister Salam Fayyad's plan for Palestinian statehood bring new hope to the region?

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Run, Tzipi, Run: A Tipping Point for the Middle East

How does Israeli politics after the February 2009 election resemble the German film “Run Lola Run?”

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Coalition Politics and Peace in Israel

Will contenders Tzipi Livni and Benjamin Netanyahu rise to the occasion, join forces and put the country on a path of recovery?

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Great Headlines From 2008

What witty and informative headlines appeared in newspapers and magazines in 2008?

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Great Headlines From 2008

What witty and informative headlines appeared in newspapers and magazines in 2008?

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A Leaderless Global Order?

Should regional players combine to give the United States a much-needed reprieve from global disorder?

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The Humanitarian Disaster Called "Gaza"

What do recent events in Gaza tell us about the situation of the residents there?

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Gaza’s Broken China

How will the new landscape in the Palestinian territories affect the dynamic of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

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