Martin Indyk claims Netanyahu criticized Yitzhak Rabin at the slain prime minister's funeral in 1995.
Martin Indyk says that Netanyahu is unable to negotiate because he’s afraid of looking like a frier, which is Israeli for “sucker.”
Jerusalem official questions furor over Michael Oren's critical comments of Obama.
Speaking in Tel Aviv, Dennis Ross says the White House and Congress could work together to agree in advance what the price of violations will be.
Current US envoy to Israel to make speech at INSS conference; former ambassador to partake in panel discussion.
Former envoy to peace talks hints that US would be part of such a resolution that would “lay out and preserve the principles of a two-state solution in the future.”
Ben Caspit’s column on Naftali Bennett’s lively conversation with Martin Indyk at the Saban forum is a perfect example why we should be thankful for social media.
US commitment said to remain high, despite no immediate replacement; Indyk to return to former post at Brookings Institute.
Recent disclosures relating to Kerry's initiative to facilitate a negotiated peace deal should be extremely troubling to those who believe a 2-state solution is Israel’s only means to maintain itself as a Jewish, democratic state.
Bayit Yehudi MK says that the PM agreed to Indyk's appointment as special envoy to the talks only because Kerry asked.