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Yahya Sinwar and Hamas’ Strategic Crossroad

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In the latest issue of Tel Aviv Notes, Michael Milshtein examines Yahya Sinwar's role in Hamas, as the organization searches for a way out of its current strategic impasse.

Hamas and Yahya Sinwar’s Tough Choice

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Michael Milshtein has published an article in the "Fikra Forum" of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. The article examines the political profile of Yahya Sinwar, leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, and how it reflects contemporary developments both inside Hamas and in the broader Palestinian arena.

There is no magic solution for the Gaza Strip

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Head of the Palestinian Studies Forum at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies Michael Milshtein writes for YNET: "Five years have passed since the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict, and it seems like another war is on the horizon; there are steps Israel can take in the short term, but its long-term strategy is far more important."

Civil War? The rift between Fatah and Hamas, as seen on social media

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Michael Barak surveys the online discourse surrounding the ongoing feud between the Fatah and Hamas movements, which has been characterized by public disputes between supporters of the respective movements. The tension is causing public concern about the possibility of further deterioration into civil war.

Another Gaza War?

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MDC Director of Research Brandon Friedman writes for the Foreign Policy Research Institute about the recent escalation between Hamas and Israel.

Gaza in Crisis

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Paul Rivlin examines the challenge to Israel's security posed by economic crisis in Gaza.