Dr. Alon Ben-Meir

Never Again’ Seems To Never Apply Anymore

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NEW YORK — While a peace accord was reached in February 2020 to end civil war in South Sudan, the agreement remains extremely fragile and needs international support to hold together.

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Serbia’s Illusion Of Reversing Kosovo’s Independence

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Serbia’s Illusion Of Reversing Kosovo’s Independence


Serbia seems to enjoy the illusion that Kosovo

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Syria’s Humanitarian Crisis Is A Stigma On The World’s Conscience

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Syria’s Humanitarian Crisis Is A Stigma On The World’s Conscience


Tragically, the entire internatio

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It Is Critical Time For New Leadership In Israel

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The Palestinian conflict is dangerously eroding Israel’s moral standing as the public’s alarming complacency is ever growing

Righting the Wrong

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Turkish Prisons Are Beyond The Pale Of Inhumanity

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The US and the EU will make a mockery out of the virtues of morality and human rights they preach unless they stop Erdogan’s outrageous criminal treatment of his own people

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Time For Kosovo To Secure Its True Independence

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No foreigner should advise the Kosovar public who to vote for in the upcoming election, and I certainly dare not make such a recommendation. However, every Kosovar citizen should demand that each individual running for office provide a clear and comprehensive socio-economic program that will put the public on a course of economic recovery and growth, along with social and political reforms. Such programs have been missing since the establishment of Kosovo in 2008.

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Why Was I Ever Born

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Why Was I Ever Born 

Righting the Wrong

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As A Democracy, Israel Shows No Moral Tenet: El-Halabi’s outcry for justice

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As A Democracy, Israel Shows No Moral Tenet: El-Halabi’s outcry for justice

Righting the Wrong

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Israeli-Palestinian Confederation: Why and How

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After 72 years of conflict, it is time for Israel and the Palestinians to realize that while a two-state solution remains the most viable option, there are irreversible realities on the ground that can be addressed only jointly in the context of a confederation. The contours of such a confederation are dictated by these realities, the resolution of which requires both sides to fully and permanently collaborate on many levels.

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