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Israel Favors UN Treaty to Ban Nuclear Testing, Just Not Now

As of March 2015, 164 states have ratified the CTBT and another 19 states have signed but not ratified it.

Israeli and Kenyan Parliaments Sign Cooperation Agreement

Israel and Kenya signed an agreement today, pledging to strengthen ties and increase cooperation between the two countries.

The Morsi, Syria, Lebanon etc. Lesson for Israel

According to Jewish Law, an insane person can't sign an important contract.

Jordan and Israel to Trade Water in New Venture

Jordanian Prime Minister Abdalla Ensour and his cabinet approved a new plan to trade water with Israel.  In a new Red Sea desalination project...

Cardozo, Where’s the Justice?

The aim of people like Jimmy Carter, who claims to love the Bible is to deny us our God given rights, written clearly in the Bible, to our Land.

Cairo Court Dismisses Case To Annul Camp David

The Cairo Administrative Court on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, calling for the annulment of the 1978 Camp David peace accords between Egypt and Israel.

The Depth of Egyptian Demands Will Determine the Depth of Egyptian Withdrawals

A third of a century ago Israel wanted peace with Egypt and Israel actually believed there could be peace with Egypt. But what a difference 33 years makes. We’ve discovered since then that we got a bum deal. Maybe it's time to correct the treaty with a new formula, but this time, one that involves tangible concessions on Egypt's part.

Clinton Asking Egypt’s Morsi to Improve Ties with Israel

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to improve ties with Israel. Clinton made the request during a meeting Monday with...

The Arab Street Says ‘Don’t Bomb Iran!’ But Who Cares

Israel, of all nations, can’t let the Arab street set policy for it.

El Al Interrupts Cairo Service

Citing high costs and a sharp reduction in reservations, El Al has announced that it is about to stop its regular flights to and...

Egypt: Israel’s Western Border Threat

Israel had previously ignored, or sometimes secretly approved, Egyptian violations of the treaty. These always concerned deploying more battalions than agreed, but only for a short period of time, in order to fight the terrorist groups. This time, Cairo is aiming for a more serious goal.

Israel’s Trojan Horse?

As it turns out, the terrorist gunmen who killed sixteen Egyptian border guards some two weeks ago in northern Sinai presented a gift to the new Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi.

Adviser to Egyptian President: Morsi Mulling Possibility of Amending Camp David Accords

Mohamed Gadallah, legal adviser to President Mohamed Morsi, told Egyptian daily Al-Masri Al-Youm that the amendment being considered would seek to reintroduce full Egyptian sovereignty and control over the Sinai peninsula.

Critical Days with Egypt – On Eroding Force Limits

For years the Egyptians have been trying to erode the Sinai force restrictions set in the peace treaty they signed with Israel. Force restrictions that were a necessary condition for Israel agreeing to restore the Sinai to Egyptian control. The Egyptians see the force restrictions as impinging on their sovereignty. Israel always considered the force restrictions as critical for the Jewish State’s national security.

Egypt: The Party’s Over

During Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent visit to Israel, his Israeli counterpart, Shimon Peres, emitted the following pearl of wisdom: “The peace treaty with Egypt saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of soldiers from both sides.”

Brooklyn DA Blames Israel for Mondrowitz Scandal

If there’s any story inside the Jewish community that closely parallels the sexual abuse cover-up inside the Catholic Church, it’s the story of Avrohom Mondrowitz.

Dystopia and Israel’s Tomorrow

The orchestra played Lennon's "Imagine" and I was getting alerts about rockets from Gaza hitting Israel's civilian centers down south.

Broken Gas Deal Reflects Tentative Future of Peace Treaty

Egypt's decision to halt its already erratic natural gas supply to Israel was not, as the Egyptians claimed, due only to financial disagreements. Shareholders in East Mediterranean Gas Co have stated: "Any attempts to characterize this dispute as a mere commercial one is misleading." The supply of natural gas, its absence, has become a worrisome measure of the very future of Israel's peace treaty with Egypt.

Egyptian Cancellation of Gas Supply Threatens Treaty with Israel

Egypt’s sudden cancellation of its natural gas treaty with Israel is a flagrant violation of the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty, according to Israeli officials. Egypt claims...

Over 70% of Egyptians Oppose US Aid

The fact that the aid is conditioned on Egypt's compliance with its peace treaty with Israel is unpopular in Egypt.

Muslim Brotherhood Reiterates Refusal to Conduct Dialogue with Israel

Muslim Brotherhood spokesman: ""We will reject any request from the Israeli embassy to meet."

Egyptian Islamists win first round

Islamic fundamentalists win first round of Egyptian elections.

Israel And Palestine: Critical Intersections of Law and Strategy (Part I)

Oddly enough, even Shimon Peres, the unrelenting Israeli champion of a "two state solution" in the Middle East, initially identified Palestinian statehood as an existential threat to Israel. In his book, Tomorrow is Now (1978), Peres had warned: "The establishment of such a state means the inflow of combat-ready Palestinian forces into Judea and Samaria (West Bank); this force, together with the local youth, will double itself in a short time. It will not be short of weapons or other military equipment, and in a short space of time, an infrastructure for waging war will be set up in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip . In time of war, the frontiers of the Palestinian state will constitute an excellent staging point for mobile forces to mount attacks on infrastructure installations vital for Israel's existence ."

Israel, Egypt And Palestinian ‘Demilitarization’: Some Unseen Perils Of Treaty Law

I am a professor of international law. In my columns, therefore, I focus from time to time on distinctly legal aspects of Israel's foreign relations. Nonetheless, I am always deeply attentive to examining these particular aspects within a genuinely realistic geopolitical or geostrategic context.

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