John Whitbeck

John V. Whitbeck is an international lawyer who as advised the Palestinian negotiating team in negotiations with Israel.

A Biden Speech to Transform the Middle East

It’s Not American “Aid” to Israel. It’s Tribute.

A Modest Proposal: Resign Now

“Terrorism:” the Indefinable Word

Who’s Afraid of ISIS?

Palestinians Need Hope Not Calm

What If Bibi Wins?

Reflections on the Delegitimization of Israel

Who is Marching Anywhere to Honor Those Killed in Baga?

Pro-Palestine Parliaments

Naftali Bennett’s Wake Up Call to the West

One and Only One Road to Peace for Israel and Palestine

Breaking the Gaza Stalemate

Europe Should Atone for Its Sins

What Destruction of Israel?

On the Jewish State of Israel

Palestine and the One-State Solution

Can Hollande Block the Bombing of Syria?

The EU Directive on the Occupied Territories

Kerry and the Fake Peace Process

Palestine and the ICC

Partitioning the “Two-State Solution”

The State of Palestine Exists

The World Has Spoken

Palestine and the UN

Why Words Matter in the Middle East

America’s Dangerous Game at the UN

Will the US Declare Independence at the UN?

The Shape of Palestinian Statehood

New Language for Middle East Peace

Direct Negotiations

If Kosovo, Why Not Palestine?

Moment of Truth

Zionism: an Anti-Semite’s Dream?

The Partition Straightjacket

Cairo: a Post Mortem

Happy New Year, Iran!

Democracy Not Partition

Obama, Emanuel and Israel

On Hypocrisy Over Tibet

If Kosovo, Why Not Palestine?

Two States or One?

The Five Percent Solution

The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine

On Israel’s "Right to Exist"

Recommendation No. 80

From Suez 1956 to Lebanon 2006

Two States or One?

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