Nika Knight, staff writer
Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump
In wandering, occasionally confused comments at a joint press conference on Wednesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Donald Trump appeared to call into question the United States' backing of a two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "I'm looking at two states and one state. I like the one that both...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Settlements under construction in the West Bank.
Emboldened by the new right-wing Trump administration, Israel Prime Minister...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday called for the pardon of...


Praising Israel's security as "the best" in counterterrorism, a group of U.S. police officials just returned from studying Israeli occupation-style policing - with its military gear, tactics and mindset - in hopes of emulating their expertise in racial profiling, excessive force, mass incarceration and other rights abuses in their own communities of color. From one lucid observer, "They're learning how to suppress a people, deny their rights and use force to hold down a subject population."