Hamas has reached an agreement with Mohammed Dahlan, Fatah's former enforcer in Gaza. Will it fare better than previous power-sharing attampts in Gaza?
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New Developments in Israeli Counterterrorism Law: Discrimination in Home Demolitions, Civil Lawsuits, and Material Support
A summary of major developments in Israeli counterterrorism law.
Several news outlets are reporting on conciliatory signals from the Palestinian Authority regarding negotiations with Israel. One key gesture is a temporary deemphasis on pursuing Israel at the International Criminal Court (ICC). As Bloomberg reports:
Among the many children of the Six-Day War, the most frightening is international terrorism.
In light of press reports that President Trump may have revealed sensitive counterterrorism information originating from the Israeli government to Russian officials, it’s useful to take a step back and run through what foreign liaison relationships do and why they are important to U.S. counterterrorism.
This Palestinian prison hunger strike probably won't be high on the agenda for Mahmoud Abbas' meeting with President Donald Trump, but addressing political prisoners is a key step in peacebuilding.
Our collective expectations of how the law of armed conflict intersects with military operations must be aligned with a genuine understanding of the true nature of those operations.
A leaked letter from the heads of Israel’s major security agencies reveals tensions between the government and the security establishment over the allocation of powers and responsibilities in the cyber realm.
The Jerusalem Post published yesterday a lengthy profile of Israel’s Military Advocate-General, Sharon Afek.
Dov Sedaka's two years of negotiations with West Bank Bedouin failed to get them to settle in villages. The reasons may surprise you.