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As Hamas explores new tactics following the March of Return, the fate of civilians in Gaza remains uncertain.
Iran cracks down on protests, Saudi economic reforms stoke royal divisions, and the Trump administration considers cuts to Palestinian aid.
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Last week, the courts once again restricted the ability of terrorism victims to collect compensation, this time on grounds of personal jurisdiction.
Critics of state investigations of alleged violations of the law of armed conflict (LOAC) often accuse those inquiries of being insufficiently independent from the chain of command. But careful examination of LOAC demonstrates otherwise.
Human Rights Watch has just released a detailed argument that ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda should seek a full investigation of the situation in Palestine.
The controversy over President Obama’s “Iran Deal” concerning nuclear weapons during the spring and summer of 2015 intersects with ongoing debates over Israeli settlers, disputed territories, Palestinians, Gaza, the West Bank, and the “two state” solution.
Daniel Byman warns that the relative calm in the Palestinian political arena may not last.