Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu knows that peace between Israel and the Palestinians will not be achieved during another international...
A conference aimed at kick-starting peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians concluded Sunday with more than 70 countries and international organizations pledging their support for a two-state solution as the only way to achieve lasting peace in the region. However, neither Israel nor the...
A half-century of Israeli occupation is not going to be meaningfully addressed by international meetings.
International effort to reignite moribund talks between Israelis and Palestinians under way in French capital.
The US will join the international community in Paris on Sunday in a new push for peace in the Middle East, just five days before Donald Trump, who has vowed unstinting support for Israel, takes office.
Foreign ministers and top international envoys from 70 countries are jetting into Paris for a Middle East peace conference Sunday. Sounds positive — except the Israelis and the Palestinians won’t be there. Neither will the incoming U.S. administration. And French President Francois Hollande, who...
The Palestinian leader meets Saturday with Pope Francis as he rallies international support ahead of this weekend’s Paris peace summit.
On Sunday, January 15, members of the international community will convene in Paris for the 'Middle East Peace' conference, which seeks to "fully [end] the Israeli occupation that began in 1967." Al Haq's Shawan Jabarin writes, "Tried and tired approaches will not yield new results. Show More Summary
An international conference being held in Paris on Sunday is the latest of many bids to forge peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Here is a recap of previous attempts to end the decades-old conflict since the Oslo Accords in 1993:...Show More Summary
Quiet diplomacy hasn’t worked. Britain needs to push for international recognition of Israel and Palestine – and then robustly defend the rights of both It’s time that a decision was made as to whether Israel and Palestine can live side by side. Show More Summary
New York Police Department Detective Steven McDonald, who was paralyzed by a teenage gunman's bullet in 1986 but publicly forgave the shooter and became an international voice for peace, died … Click to Continue »
Barack Obama was “automatically a saint”: he had barely entered the White House when he was honoured pre-emptively in 2009 with the Nobel Peace Prize for “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between [different] people”. Show More Summary
Following our discussion of the unprecedented bombing-fest that has been undertaken during President Obama's reign... Seven years after being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy...Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump appears focused on domestic policy. He wants to rebuild infrastructure, cut taxes, reduce imports, save jobs, streamline regulation, and more. While he seems to have strong views on international issues,Show More Summary
iking enthusiasts have long internalized the restorative feeling that comes from a walk or hike along a peaceful trail. Academia is catching up, with more and more studies proving the mental-health benefits of nature. With this in mind,...Show More Summary
In the case of the Syria peace drive, Moscow is at the centre of decision making. The US, by contrast, ends 2016 out in the cold Labelled an international pariah only months ago by Boris Johnson, and warned he would be stuck in a Syrian...Show More Summary
Stephen Hadley was a former national security adviser to President George W. Bush during the efforts to broker a two-state peace treaty between Israel and the Palestinians. Now a principal at Rice Hadley Gates, an international consulting firm, Hadley joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Secretary of State John Kerry's speech on the U.N. Show More Summary
Who is the greater threat to world peace — the Islamic State or Vladimir Putin’s Russia? The barbarism of ISIS shocks and terrifies us, but it doesn’t threaten international peace. What does? Rogue states with the capacity and willingness to destroy other states. Despite its name, ISIS is primarily a revolutionary movement. Show More Summary
Jason Greenblatt, the 49-year-old real estate attorney representing Donald Trump’s business conglomerate, has been named special representative for international negotiations which will include the Israel-Palestinian peace process. Greenblatt...Show More Summary
Martti Ahtisaari is the former President of Finland and an internationally recognized mediator and peacebuilder. In 2008 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his lead role in bringing independence to Namibia, Serbia's withdrawalShow More Summary