Writing in Foreign Policy, Jimmy Carter and Mary Robinson argue that to help bring Israelis and Palestinians closer to peace, world leaders must recognise Hamas and pressure both sides to respect international law.
Writing in The Guardian, Jimmy Carter argues that the suffering of those under seige in Gaza demands the bold action of Quartet members - Russia, the United States, the European Union and the United Nations.
Commenting in The International Herald Tribune, Jimmy Carter argues that the criticism of Israel in the Goldstone report is justified and that the international community must take immediate steps to help rebuild Gaza.
Responding to a Washington Post op-ed by Jimmy Carter on 'The Elders' view of the Middle East', Elliott Abrams suggests in the same newspaper that the notion of deteriorating quality of life among Palestinians is belied by data.
Writing in The Washington Post, Jimmy Carter addresses the points raised by Elliott Abrams' criticism of his earlier op-ed on the Arab-Israeli conflict and suggests why the American initiative to rekindle peace efforts should be supported.
Writing in The Washington Post, Jimmy Carter recounts his visit to the Middle East with a delegation of his fellow Elders and describes the sense of concern and despair that he observed in Gaza and the West Bank.
Reflecting on the recent hostilities between Israel and Hamas, Jimmy Carter explains why the devastating invasion of Gaza could easily have been avoided. This article first appeared in The Washington Post.