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Inviting Palestinians to the Regional Climate Party - Trilateral Solar Energy Deal Could Open Doors to Israel-Palestine Talks

By Avraham Spraragen Published December 29, 2021

Israel, Jordan, and the UAE made progress on combating climate change in a sign of warming Israeli-Jordanian relations. The recent trilateral solar energy deal could also be leveraged to make progress on the Palestinian issue.

Turning the Tables on Two States - Biden Should Leverage Trump Era Israeli-Palestinian Paradox

By Avraham Spraragen Published August 20, 2021

The stalwart PA commitment to a two-state solution has laid the rhetorical groundwork for reconciliation by undermining both the Israeli government claim of Palestinian rejectionism and the struggle of some Palestinians for a “Free Palestine from the River to the Sea.”

Digital Diplomacy and its Palestinian Discontents - The Ramifications of Trump Era Virtual Hectoring for Israel-Palestine

By Avraham Spraragen Published November 30, 2020

Trumpian online bludgeoning has produced a gaping civility-incivility bifurcation, rendering Israeli-Palestinian peace ever more elusive.