With technology supplied by Iran, the next Arab-Israeli war might just be in the hands of the drones.
Pulitzer Center's Marvin Kalb discusses how Israel and Palestine could make inroads towards what has long been considered the ultimate pipe dream: peace in the Middle East.
Tent of Nations founder Daoud Nassar hopes teaching people to take care of the land empowers them to shape the future with their own hands and to resist the Israeli occupation with non-violence.
We normally think of the West Bank in terms of politics, but it's gaining a reputation for something different: producing Israel's best wines. The question is whether they're actually from Israel.
Obama and Kerry have proven that they can set the stage for major conflict breakthroughs. Will they be able to deliver a final deal?
Ahmed Abuhamda, a respected journalist and fixer in Gaza, has spent years working for Western news organizations like the Wall Street Journal and NPR. Now he's decided its time to get out.
Canaan Fair Trade, the first and largest fair trade olive oil company in the world, finds ways to promote the economy and culture of Palestinian farming communities across the globe.
The deepening instability in Syria and Lebanon has Israeli generals pondering something unthinkable even a few years ago: another ground invasion of Lebanon. Here's how they're preparing.
A pair of young Israeli architects are taking a creative approach to peace-making, using the tools of their craft to design concrete suggestions for what a deal should look and feel like.
At a cost of $75 million, new fortifications stand as physical reminders that peace is not at hand on the Israel-Syria border.
Renewed efforts toward an Israeli-Palestinian peace process must take into account the ancient history of Jerusalem and its present narrative.
Jerusalem, contested city of histories and memory, the meeting ground of two cultures, and three Abrahamic religions. Beliefs don't come quietly here, and clashes have the weight of centuries of hurt.