Yossi Alpher


A Mideast Peace 'Bridge' Too Far?

By Yossi Alpher

A Mideast Peace 'Bridge' Too Far?
With the Mideast peace talks stalled, the White House may propose ‘bridging proposals’ on key issues. How will Israel and the Palestinians react — and can they reach a deal?Read More


How Benjamin Netanyahu's Scowl Campaign Hurts Israel

By Yossi Alpher

How Benjamin Netanyahu's Scowl Campaign Hurts Israel
Israel is right to be skeptical of Iran’s intentions. But Benjamin Netanyahu is only hurting Israel by scowling in the face of the Islamic republic’s charm offensive, Yossi Alpher writes.Read More


The Issues the Peace Process Should Avoid

By Yossi Alpher

The Issues the Peace Process Should Avoid
The biggest obstacle to the peace process is the stated need to solve all the outstanding issues at once. Yossi Alpher has another idea about the more effective order of things.Read More


Where Gaza Has Left Us

By Yossi Alpher

Where Gaza Has Left Us
What are the lessons of Gaza? Perhaps that a healthy dose of destruction gives Israel’s Islamist-terrorist enemies second thoughts about attacking it.Read More


Patrick Tyler's Skewed Agenda Sabotages Book

By Yossi Alpher

Patrick Tyler's Skewed Agenda Sabotages Book
Patrick Tyler’s book argues that Israel’s military leaders have consistently ignored openings for peace. The journalist allows preconceived ideas to color his analysis, Yossi Alpher writes.Read More






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