US President Barack Obama is meeting Palestinian officials on the second day of his Middle-East tour.
US President Barack Obama travels to Israel today in his first visit to the country as President.
The Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu has reached a deal to form a coalition government with the Yesh Atid and Jewish Home parties.
The Australian Foreign Ministry are launching a review into the case of an Australian man, reportedly recruited by Mossad, who hanged himself in Israeli jail in 2010.
In his first remarks following last week’s airstrike, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accuses Israel of attempting to destabilise Syria.
Last night CMEC hosted a Policy Forum event with Dr Amnon Aran, Daniel Levy, and Crispin Blunt MP analysing the Israeli election results and their impact on the Middle East Peace Process.
FCO Minister Alistair Burt represents the FCO at an event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
Writing exclusively for CMEC, Yossi Mekelberg, Programme Director of International Relations and Social Sciences at Regent’s College and Associate Fellow of the Middle East and North Africa at Chatham House, comments on what lies ahead for Israeli politics following Tuesday’s elections.
Israel’s Right and centre-Left blocs have won an equal share of the country’s 120-seat parliament in the election, presenting a potential political headache and complex coalition negotiations, the Daily Telegraph reports.
Britain and France are spearheading a new peace proposal for the Middle East that could put the Israel’s leaders on the defensive by pushing them to resolve the conflict with the Palestinians within a year, Israeli officials reportedly said on Sunday.