Diplomacy: Searching for a realistic formula to restart peace negotiations
Kerry wants more talks; Abbas wants "Palestine" without peace; Netanyahu says "Arab world first." Six months after breakdown of negotiations, everyone is grasping at straws.
By HERB KEINON
‘Every counter-terrorism raid you’ve heard about includes us’
IDF commander gives rare interview to ‘Post’ about his undercover unit active throughout the West Bank; battalion will help deal with terror threats.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Obama, Kerry haven’t given up on Israeli-Palestinian peace
US leaders still hopeful that peace can be achieved in the Mideast, despite speculation that America has pulled back, refocused energies elsewhere.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Kerry: Israel’s reaction to Fatah-Hamas unity talks ‘appropriate’
US secretary of state says Jerusalem's wait-and-see approach to formation of Palestinian reconciliation government is "appropriate."
Shaked: Netanyahu never supported Indyk's involvement in peace talks
Bayit Yehudi MK says that the PM agreed to Indyk's appointment as special envoy to the talks only because Kerry asked.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Indyk also bears responsibility for impasse in the talks, says Jerusalem
US envoy details breakdown in negotiations between Israel, PA; government
official claims US mediator was aware of plans for settlement construction.
By MICHAEL WILNER,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Analysis: Indyk's reality check
America's envoy to the Middle East peace process warned against the blame game as strategically treacherous for both Israel and the Palestinians.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Lauder to ‘Post’: World now knows Abbas doesn’t want peace
World Jewish Congress says: "The American government gets it...Abbas couldn't have done more to destroy peace process.”
By SAM SOKOL
Lapid: Fatah-Hamas accord is 'game-changer'
Bennett says unity deal has turned PA into "largest terrorist organization in the world, 20 minutes from Tel Aviv.”
By LAHAV HARKOV,SAM SOKOL,GIL HOFFMAN
Liberman slams remarks by EU’s Ashton against construction in settlements
FM: Despite struggles in Ukraine and Syria, Europe’s
foreign policy chief talks about ‘real danger to world peace’
By TOVAH LAZAROFF