A mad dash to keep up with domestic pressures and explosions in the Middle East. Is this any way to run a foreign policy?
Tag: Benjamin Netanyahu
Benjamin Netanyahu is once again showing the limits of “forceful deterrence”—and the corrosive, tragic impact of an occupation with no end in sight.
He underperformed polls. But compared to what’s happened in other countries, the Democrat’s victory is a remarkable achievement.
The Democratic nominee needs to be clear: the move would come with real consequences if he’s elected.
The leaders of the U.S., Israel, and Great Britain are all facing accountability for their abuse of power.
It appears that Israel will form a government that doesn’t include Bibi, ushering a new era in the nation’s politics.
Trump has tied himself so closely to certain Mideast leaders, their struggles have become America’s struggles.
The president is attempting to buy Tehran’s reentry into an agreement he referred to as a ‘disaster.’
How Trump is advancing the anti-Israel agenda—and how Netanyahu is helping him.
Here’s a compromise between Israelis and Palestinians that could possibly save the two-state solution.