Daoud Kuttab

Al Monitor

Guest

Director General of Community Media Network, a media NGO that works in Jordan and the Palestinian territories; columnist for Al Monitor; former director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in Jerusalem and former Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University (2007-2008)

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The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians reached new heights today in the wake of killings of teenagers on both sides of the divide in the West Bank.

Tensions Escalate between Israelis and Palestinians

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As President Obama plunged back into the perils of  Middle East diplomacy , the White House worked hard to lower expectations.

Will President Obama Raise New Hopes for Middle East Peace?

As President Obama plunged back into the perils of Middle East diplomacy , the White House worked hard to lower expectations.

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Yesterday, the  General Assembly gave the Palestinian Territories new status  at the United Nations. Opposition, including that of the US, mustered just nine voters against 138.

UN Votes to Give Palestine Non-Member Observer State Status

Yesterday, the General Assembly gave the Palestinian Territories new status at the United Nations. Opposition, including that of the US, mustered just nine voters against 138.

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