David Rahni discusses the political deadlock in Bahrain
Uri Avnery explains a principle that has long guided Zionists: 'accept every compromise that gives us what we can get at any stage, but never let the final aim out of our sight'
Thomas Riggins explains how America's haughty treatment of its ally is leading to a spectacular own goal
Adam Levick has been the managing director of CIF Watch since July 2010. He was born in Philadelphia and moved to Israel in 2009, Patrizia Bertini speaks to him through a 'Lego interview'.
LPJ's Iberian correspondent, David Eade, reports on tensions between Spanish fishermen and the Gibraltarian government following the rescindment of a 'Joint Understanding' that allowed Spanish vessels to fish in Gibraltar's waters
The age of revolutionary romance is over. Various Arab countries are now facing hard truths. Millions of Arabs merely want to live with a semblance of dignity, free from tyranny and continuous anxiety over the future, writes Ramzy Baroud.
The change in the Greek political scene is an opportunity for Europe, not a threat, argues Ilia Xypolia.
Peter Tatchell says Section 5 of the Public Order Act is a menace to free speech and the right to protest
Tomasz Pierscionek writes about Cuba's internationalist outlook following discussions with a representative of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples and his own observations in Havana
Dan Brett says Tehran is using martial law, arrests, imprisonment, torture & killings to suppress its Arab minority