[T]he White House deal favors its ally in Tel Aviv by quashing the legitimate goal of the Palestinian people to take back their country.
Trump’s actions mean that the U.S. is no longer a trustworthy mediator.
The Jerusalem Embassy Act was passed by Congress in 1995. It recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and called for the city to remain undivided.
Pompeo's spectacular diplomatic success in Korea has created momentum for addressing Iran's meddling in the Middle East.
The Middle East peace process is no longer on the table as a problem to be solved. This is very dangerous to the region’s security.
The two-state solution – which would guarantee that Israel could preserve its Jewish and democratic character, and should guarantee the viability of the Palestinian state – still represents the most credible solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict.