In the second part of his review of Benjamin Netanyahu’s new book, Bibi: My Story, the author explores the Israeli prime ministers fraught relations with several world leaders, including U.S. presidents.
Tag: Yasser Arafat
WATCH: Time to End the War Now
CN Editor Joe Lauria speaks to Regis Tremblay about the need for compromise to end the war but why it will likely continue indefinitely, especially in light of the pipeline attack.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Resistance to Israel in the Time of Arafat
Those who fought and repulsed Israel in South Lebanon in 2006 are determined to never return to the time when Israel could invade Lebanon at will, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Arafat, Nasrallah & Nasser
They are incomparable in many ways, writes As`ad AbuKhalil. But each, within the era that he shaped, dominated the Arab stance toward Israel.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Palestinian Cause After the War on Gaza
The U.S. and Israel tried to erase the Palestinian problem from the face of the earth, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Anti-Semitism & Gulf Regimes’ Normalization with Israel
Western media never critically examined the so-called Abraham Accords, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Blast (and the Failed System) That Shook Lebanon
The key question after the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut revolves around the role of the Lebanese Army command, which is the sole authority with direct control over the security and safety of the port, and its surroundings.
Reflections on Palestinian Leadership
Jamil Hilal traces the history of Palestinian leadership from elitist to grassroots in the 1960s and 70s to its dire situation today, post-Oslo.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Abbas & His Latest ‘Threat’
As`ad AbuKhalil provides an unsparing assessment of the leader of the Palestinian Authority and his declaration of ending security coordination with the U.S. and Israel.
How Yasser Arafat Led the Palestinians to Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’
Compromises made by the late PLO leader have the paved the way for the most humiliating deal offered the Palestinians yet, comments As’ad AbuKhalil.