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Professor Galia Golan accuses the government of Israel (several of them) not only of failing to provide its citizens with their socio-economic rights (social justice) but also of failing to provide its citizens with security.

Israel's Mainstream Must Unite

May 19, 2011 | Yariv Oppenheimer: Don't let the radicals win. The mainstream of Israeli society must unite and advocate vigorously for the two-state vision.

Tell me who your friends are...

May 18, 2011 | Hagit Ofran questions the close relationship between the Jerusalem police and the settlers.

One State, Two States: resolving the Israel/Palestine conflict | Tony Klug

May 1, 2011 | Before you pick up the new Benny Morris book on resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, check out Tony Klug's review of the book.

"Price Tag" is dangerous for Israel | Yariv Oppenheimer

April 4, 2011 | Democratic discourse can not tolerate incitement and calls for revenge in response to terror attacks, no matter how horrendous. The Secretary-General of Peace Now responds to the article by the member of the hilltop youth, Meir Bartler

In a paradoxical way, I agreed with both speakers | Daniel Horowitz

March 10, 2011 | Reflections on the recent debate between Yariv Oppenheimer and Dany Danon at Tel-Aviv University

Who's afraid of a Woman in Black? | Yair Gil

February 27, 2011 | This video won a short documentary competition of the Israeli Social

Galant Can’t Do What the Settlers Can | Yariv Oppenheimer

February 9, 2011 | Compared to the construction offenses conducted by Amana and the local authorities in Judea and Samaria over the past decades, the violations of which Maj. Gen. Yoav Galant is suspected are small potatoes

Is There a Partner in Jerusalem? | Mossi Raz

The truth is that the is a partner and he is in Ramallah. And there are additional partners in the Arab capitals. But it is not clear whether the partner in Ramallah has a partner in Jerusalem.

Barkat’s Procrastination | Yariv Oppenheimer

December 29, 2010 | Imagine that in the middle of the neighborhood where you live, among the rows of houses and buildings, construction begins one fine day of a tower that protrudes by two stories above the other buildings, without having received any permit from the municipality and local planning committees