Crimea’s self-defense forces on Wednesday stormed the Ukrainian navy base in the Black Sea port of Sevastopol a day after Russia signed a treaty with local authorities to annex the region. Read More: Ukraine navy base in Sevastopol, Crimea stormed by pro-Russia self-defense forces – CBS News.
Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon threatened to oust Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as head of Likud if he makes too many concessions to the Palestinians in the current round of peace talks. Read More: Danon threatens to oust Netanyahu as Likud chief if he accepts Kerry’s framework | JPost | Israel News.
The Palestinian Authority threatened to seek full recognition as a member state in the United Nations if Israel does not release the fourth batch of Palestinian security prisoners as part of ongoing peace talks as scheduled on March 29. Read More: Palestinians threaten to seek statehood at UN if prisoner release canceled | JPost | […]
In January 2014 I drafted this document and shared it with the Israeli, Palestinian and US negotiators. Read More: ENCOUNTERING PEACE: Framework document for the establishment of permanent peace | JPost | Israel News.
The battle over the destiny of Ukraine threw us back to the days of the Cold War, definitely as far as Vladimir Putin is concerned. He challenged the international community, not unlike Nikita Khrushchev did in the last century – “might is right”. Read More: Savir’s Corner: Old World – New World | JPost | […]
Two Arab rioters were arrested Thursday for attempting to attack MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud Beteinu) as he visited the Temple Mount. Hundreds of rioters threw stones at Feiglin and several individuals who accompanied him. Feiglin was forced to leave the site, and police took steps to break up the riot. Read More: Muslim Rioters Attack […]
Russia warned the West on Wednesday that it may revise its stance in the Iranian nuclear talks in an act of retaliation over the West’s sanctions on it, The Associated Press (AP) reported. Read More: Russia Warns the West it May Side with Iran – Global Agenda – News – Israel National News.
Scientists, corporate executives and government officials will gather at the White House on Wednesday to roll out ways that communities across the U.S. can use technology and government data to prepare for the effects of climate change. Read More: Amid skepticism, White House keeps up fight against climate change – CBS News.