The Bill to help do so is welcome. But in order for the legislation to be world class, more will need to be done.
Posts Tagged: Israel
It needs Mahmoud Abbas in place, and its response to the kidnapping of three teenagers threatens to weaken his position.
Far from being an end to the power struggle within Palestinian politics, this latest deal could well be its next phase.
With Putin on the march, defence cuts biting and much of the Middle East in turmoil, is Coalition foreign policy fit for purpose?
Garvan Walshe: Abbas is changing the Palestinian question. Will he also change the Israeli Prime Minister?
Abbas’s tactical push is helping to divide Israel’s Government.
Suppose Israel were to become convinced that Russia had connived in the Ayatollahs gaining even a primitive nuclear device.
The Prime Minister would do well to show Israelis that he understands what they mean by a Jewish state.
As David Cameron flies to Israel, we should study the Jewish state’s combination of technical know-how and entrepreneurial culture.
Allowing incitement, funding hatred and tolerating boycotts is harmful to the prospects for peace.
The Opposition’s foreign policy positions are an unsettling mix of opportunism and accident.
Love or loathe him, the former Israeli Prime Minister’s legacy is remarkable.
The Egyptian general has become smitten by the personality cult allowed to grow up around him.
The former Israeli Prime Minister died today. This post also contains David Cameron’s tribute to him.
There are tactical reasons for his insistence that the Palestinians recognise Israel as a Jewish state.
Garvan Walshe: Despite a new boycott of Israeli academia and a bomb on a Tel Aviv bus, there are signs of hope in the Middle East.
Mahmoud Abbas understands that a serious outbreak of terrorism would ruin his chances of negotiating a Palestinian State.