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James Zogby's Articles
The Middle East peace process has long been dead. Trump’s decision on Israeli settlements impacts not so much that process as the very foundations of international order

It is an indictment and comment on Israel that the crimes Netanyahu is being charged with are so small compared to the crimes he has committed in Israel’s name

If Democrats are to not only win, but erase the divide and change politics, they must break from their narrow focus and speak to the crowd that Trump has co-opted

The sufferings of the Palestinian people oftentimes don’t make the news. But they are as extensive as ever, and the silence of neglect only compounds their impact

The programmes of the two major forces competing in Israel’s elections are almost identical. For the Palestinians especially, there’s nothing to hope for, writes James Zogby

Democratic voters have known for some time what some liberals are just now coming to terms with: Israel is an occupier


James Zogby reflects on events in 1988 that underlined that perseverance is the best way to face down adversaries

Israel has long said that if Arab states reach out with recognition, it will accommodate the Palestinians. Experience testifies this is a lie

Trump has nurtured a culture of hostility and fear of minorities, but this will not deter Arab American Democrats from working hard to ensure their community retains a voice

Trump’s attempt to remove the Palestinian refugees question from the negotiating table sets the United States firmly complicit with ethnic cleansing



James Zogby looks back on an event that brought disaster to the Middle East and profoundly damaged the United States: the 2003 US invasion of Iraq

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