All the talk of elections and power struggles also shows the primary flaw in the Palestinian national project itself.
The fire kits destroyed thousands of acres of farmland and caused millions in damage.
His party, Fatah, has called the blast an assassination attempt by political rival Hamas.
Qatari Finance Minister writes that the disruption is a catalyst for new commercial and diplomatic opportunities.
Rights groups say that life in the coastal enclave has become "unlivable."
Gaza's health system has been on the brink of collapse for years. Now it has reached crisis point.
State Department announces the Palestinians' policy change but Israel has expressed skepticism.
Jibril Rajoub thinks the summit Wednesday between Abbas and Trump will bear fruit.
The op-ed published by The New York Times is a shameful abdication of responsibility to readers.
Moving from political art to political business venture, artist offers guests "worst view in the world."
Obama should present a blueprint for what a two-state solution should look like.
With leadership elections looming, some still speculate about who may have been involved in the death of the longtime party head.
Those who wish to contest elections should be forced to choose between bullets and ballots.
The Israeli leader causes controversy by claiming that Palestinian leaders steal from their people.
The provocative claim comes ahead of October's local and municipal elections.
Delays and disagreements have seen the museum eventually open—but with nothing inside.
Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah is ready to step down after talks between rival factions.
The political conflict between Hamas and Fatah appears intractable, writes Jonathan Schanzer.
The ringing bells of the Nativity Church show the Palestinians are here to stay.
Mohammed Dahlan mediates dam agreement between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan ahead of future challenge to Mahmoud Abbas.