Iran’s nuclear program
Failed to Cut a Deal With Iran? Better Than Making a Bad Onehttp://online.wsj.com/articles/jose-marina-aznar-failed-to-cut-a-deal-with-iran-better-than-making-a-bad-one-1416961109
Tehran has been cheating for years. Do we think the regime will suddenly embrace nuclear transparency?
2014-11-26 by José María Aznar
Recognising a Palestinian State
Margallo and Palestine: An indecent proposition
If talks are currently at a standstill, it is due largely to the fact that Palestine’s leaders have chosen the unilateral path instead of negotiating. They want to impose from outside the negotiating table what they refuse to discuss at the table.
2014-11-18 by Rafael Bardaji
Published October 27, 2014·Fox News
The Latest Palestinian statehood gambithttp://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/10/27/latest-palestinian-statehood-gambit/
There is no Palestinian “state” and no prospect for one without dramatic real-world changes that are unlikely in the foreseeable future.
2014-10-28 by John Bolton
Published in The Times
Recognising a Palestinian state now will thwart hopes for peacehttp://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/thunderer/article4247401.ece?shareToken=3dd631ffa603dccdc0e7c2915025f671
Hamas and Islamic State are part of the same Islamist front.
2014-10-25 by José María Aznar and Members of the Board
Letter to the EU Foreign Ministers
A call to responsibility
Recognizing Palestinian statehood now will not promote peace, will not boost negotiations and will not change the reality on the ground.
2014-10-24 by Friends of Israel Initiative Members
Published in Gatestone Institute
Israel’s Security and Unintended Consequenceshttp://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4806/israel-security
Fatah leaders ally themselves with the terrorists of Hamas, and, like Hamas, they continue to reject the every existence of the State of Israel.
2014-10-23 by Richard Kemp
Past looms large in Islamist outlook
Radical Islamists continue to stick to the story of Mohammed and his confused 7th Century.
2014-09-03 by Carlos Alberto Montaner
Post-Operation Protective Edge Strategic Assessment
Beyond the operational and strategic merits and shortcomings of the Egyptian proposal, the Israeli cabinet will face a domestic challenge in articulating to the public the reasoning behind accepting the proposal.
2014-08-18 by Friends of Israel Initiative