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30.12.2013 Molad's latest public opinion poll reveals that the Israeli public supports peace agreement that includes the division of Jerusalem and a limited return of Palestinian refugees. They see the settlers a special interest group, and oppose the benefits they receive and support the 2005 Gaza disengagement even today
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11.12.2013 Israel central role in the international community is a remarkable accomplishment, yet Israel remains at odds with the international consensus that military control over the occupied territories is illegitimate. This report analyzes Israel's international standing and the crisis it currently faces given its policies  read more 
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05.12.2013 Yesh Atid voters are deeply disappointed in the national budget, oppose their party chairman's alliance with Naftali Bennett, support the division of Jerusalem in the framework of a peace deal, and see the settlers as a special interest group with disproportionate influence. Molad's 2013 Poll outlines the ideology of "Yesh Atid" voters, revealing the gap between them and the party they voted for  read more 
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27.12.2012 Israel's public diplomacy apparatus, contrary to its poor reputation, is well-coordinated and highly sophisticated. Israel's diplomatic isolation, therefore, cannot be attributed to a mythic "hasbara problem"; it can only be a product of Israeli policy itself  read more 
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22.11.2012 Molad's survey reveals that the Israeli public sees Israel's political left as alienated and impotent. Yet, simultaneously, there is broad public support for leftist political positions
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18.08.2016 analysis by Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis
The Strategic Balance of Israel’s Withdrawal from Gaza (2005-2016)
The Israeli right claims that the 2005 disengagement from Gaza failed dangerously. A new study shows that it actually improved Israel's security and international standing.
23.05.2016 analysis by Omer Zanany
The Annapolis Process (2007-2008)
An American policymaker’s guide to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: a case study of the Annapolis process
Design: Yosef Bercovich
19.05.2016 analysis by Assaf David
A historic opportunity to become part of the problem
Why did Labor Chairman Herzog get so excited over the Egyptian president’s speech?
05.11.2015 analysis by Assaf David
The Problem with MEMRI and PMW
On the difference between professional ethics and unabashed propaganda and how not to know your neighbors
A Palestinian child named Knife of Jerusalem. Screenshot
05.11.2015 analysis by Amir Tauber
What Else was There in Abu-Mazin's Speech
While Abbas' lies are damaging, one should not expect Israel's Palestinian "security contractor" to commit political suicide
Netanyahu and Abbas shaking hands. Photo: GPO
18.02.2016 analysis by Dr. Assaf Sharon
The Fallacies of the "One-State Solution"
In Israel and Palestine, Two States Are Still Better Than One
Design: Yosef Bercovich
13.08.2015 analysis by Liat Schlesinger
At Any Price: Israeli Taxpayers Funding “Price Tag” Settler Violence
Exposing the right wing organizations promoting price tag terrorism
28.07.2015 analysis by Ronit Marzen
Why are the military and diplomatic talks with Hamas being undermined?
In recent months, Israel-Hamas talks over releasing captives have broadened into negotiation of an agreement in the form of a long-term truce. Hamas’ political leaders need Israel and the PA in order to fight the movement’s military wing. However, the Fatah-Hamas split and Israel’s exploitation of it will continue to block diplomatic progress.
Youtube screen capture of Hamas show of power in Gaza, July
29.06.2015 analysis by Avraham Sela
The Palestinian issue: The root of all Middle East conflict?
We should question the view that any negative occurrence in the Middle East stems from the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Yet historically, the Arab-Jewish conflict in Mandatory Palestine is at the heart of the regional conflict
15.06.2015 analysis by Mikhael Manekin
Case study: Divestment by Norwegian giant KLP
The right and left wings in Israel are both presenting a misleading picture of the political and economic challenges Israel is facing internationally. A case in point is the divestment by Norwegian insurance company KLP from companies operating in the West Bank. Instead of sensationalist headlines, we analyze the real challenges this case illustrates.
CEMEX HQ in France
03.05.2015 position paper by Liat Schlesinger
Right-wing war on checks and balances
Why is Israel’s settler right wing so scared of Deputy State Attorney Dina Zilber?
The head of the Settlement Division, Danny Kritchman (left). Photo: Facebook
02.03.2015 analysis by Molad
U.S. Christian right wing harming Israel
Netanyahu’s controversial speech is the latest expression of the partisan political alliance between the Israeli Right and Evangelical conservatives in the U.S.
PM Netanyahu addresses a Joint Session of Congress, 2011. Photo: GPO
12.02.2015 analysis by Dr. Assaf Sharon
Failure in Gaza
How Netanyahu's fixation with maintaining a political status-quo led to Israel's failed war in Gaza
Soldiers in Gaza during operation Protective Edge (Photo by: IDF)
12.02.2015 analysis by Liat Schlesinger
Dangerous allies
Emerging alliance between U.S. Christian right wing and Israeli right wing harmful to Israel
Design: Yosef Bercovich
08.02.2015 by Molad
Highlight: Project Sixty One
The P.R. firm of the facts - disseminating accessible information about the political reality in Israel
Project Sixty One
18.12.2014 analysis by Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis
Updated: Alliance in crisis
Israel's Standing in the World and the Question of Isolation Update: December 2014
Putin and Netanyahu in Moscow, by: GPO
04.09.2014 analysis by Liat Schlesinger
Secret settler slush fund
Molad’s report and analysis show that hundreds of millions of taxpayer shekels are transferred to the Settlement Division each year, and are used as a secret slush fund for the settlement movement.
21.01.2014 analysis by Yonatan Levi
Updated Analysis: Economic Boycotts Against Israel
Updated analysis of the economic boycotts against Israel proves that the United States and Europe are highly interested in close economic and research relations with Israel; the central obstacle to a more fruitful relationship is Israel's presence in the territories
Preparing to open the World Economic Forum 2014 in Davos, Photo: WEF
23.12.2013 video Molad
Isolation report featured on Israeli TV
Molad Managing Director Mikhael Manekin discusses the report "Alliance in Crisis: Israel's Standing in the World and the Question of Isolation" on London & Kirshenbaum, Channel 10
10.10.2013 commentary by Dr. Assaf Sharon
Beyond the Israeli-Palestinian negotiation fetish
Assaf Sharon challenges the current paradigm of direct bilateral negotiations and argues for more robust process
Photo: US Embassy Tel Aviv
29.09.2013 analysis by Dr. Avner Inbar
Negotiation Fetishism and the Future of the Peace Process
Assaf Sharon and Avner Inbar address recent trends in "partition skepticism", explaining how failures at the negotiating table do not spell failure for a two state solution
11.08.2013 analysis by Molad
New EU Guidelines: Israeli Reception
For Europe, the regulations released on July 11, 2013 represent a relatively minor change towards the enforcement of a time-honored policy. But Israeli public reaction indicates that move was perceived as a failure of Israel's current leadership and its policies
The Espace Leopold, seat of European Parliament | Photo: Alina Zienowicz
04.07.2013 analysis by Dr. Assaf Sharon
Wrong Number
The annexationist right often reiterates the claim that only 1.5 million Palestinians live in the West Bank. But this data is based on tainted, unprofessional analysis. Now, an official Civil Administration document disproves it conclusively
Letter, Prof. Yishayahu Leibowitz to "Haaretz" Jul. 1974
03.07.2013 commentary by Dr. Avner Inbar
The Irreversibility Myth
The settlements are an economically unsustainable project funded largely by the Israeli government. We must rid ourselves of the myth that settlement eviction must be done by force
Michael Loadenthal:Settlement of Susiya in the South Hebron Hills
10.05.2013 analysis by Dr. Avner Inbar
Why Kerry Was Wrong on the Two-State Timeframe
Avner Inbar reminds American Secretary of State John Kerry that we shouldn't take the settlements as an irreversible fact
Meeting between Netanyahu and Kerry, April 2013. Photo: Avi Ohion, GPO
09.05.2013 analysis by Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis
Dani Dayan and the Arab Peace Initiative
Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis takes Dani Dayan to task, arguing that the recent statements by the Qatari PM are not new in and of themsleves; what is new is the timing
Dani Dayan in the United States. Photo: Yesha Council
19.03.2013 position paper by Mikhael Manekin
Speaking Peace: Why the Left Must Oppose Negotiation Renewal
It is our duty to distance the Left from the hemorrhaging political process of the Netanyahu government
Netanyahu-Abbas meeting, September 2010. Photo: M. Milner G.P.O.