Pro-Israel advocates on U.S. college campuses cannot support the two-state solution in name only; we must all work to provide support for the Kerry peace initiative, say Rachel Cohen and Jacob Plitman of the J Street U National Student Board.
Rachel Cohen is former editorial intern at Open Zion and a current intern at The Washington Monthly. She is a senior at Johns Hopkins University. Follow her on Twitter: @rmc031.
A far-right Jewish group holds regular protests against a New York Jewish institution for hosting figures harshly critical of Israel, Rachel Cohen reports.
Tim Kaine will serve as the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's Middle East subcommittee. This is good news for the peace process, says Rachel Cohen.
Rachel Cohen takes a look at Martin Indyk's past statements on Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking for ideas on how he might lead future negotiations.
The Muslim Brotherhood's rise was supposed to give Hamas a boost. Rachel Cohen on how Morsi's fall sent the group packing—again.
The death of 21-year-old Andrew Pochter in Egypt was a tragedy. Some prominent Israeli settlers say he was wrong to go to Egypt over Israel in the first place. Rachel Cohen responds.
Rachel Cohen writes about B'Tselem's recent report on Area C, the imminent court ruling on Palestinian residents in the South Hebron Hills, and her trip to the West Bank.
Is the Jewish intermarriage conversation deficient? Alienating? Offensive? Rachel Cohen says yes.
Wasfi Kabha, the former Palestinian Minister of State, has been in and out of Israeli jail for the last few years without ever having been charged for a crime. Why? Rachel Cohen investigates.