INSIDE Israel Now June 2011
With all the turbulence around it, and caught between risk and opportunity, Israel should stand pat, argues a veteran of the peace process.
With so much hanging in the balance, an American Jewish leader weighs hopes and fears.
On every front — from the Muslim Brotherhood to the White House — Israel’s back is against the wall, argues the author.
A plea for adaptability and openness in a world increasingly colored, as in the Bible, in stark black and white.
A leading Israeli think tank founder says the country’s leaders should ‘drive’ the peace process.
Palestinian statehood, growing isolation for Israel and a ‘new chapter’ for the region.
Can art break barriers and build bridges between Israel and Egypt? It’s a long shot but some Israeli writers and musicians hold out a glimmer of hope.