Arthur Herman

Arthur Herman is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and the author, most recently, of 1917: Lenin, Wilson, and the Birth of the New World Disorder (HarperCollins, 2017).

Israel Is Playing on the Global Stage Now, and Its Strategists Need to Act Like It

Otherwise, Israel will end up making the same mistakes with regard to China that the U.S. did.

Nov. 28 2018 12:01AM

Israel and China Take a Leap Forward—but to Where?

After decades of almost no interaction, relations between the two nations grow increasingly warmer and closer. There’s plenty of good news—and, for Israel, plenty of risk.

Nov. 5 2018 12:01AM

The Factors Working in Israel's Geopolitical Favor

Israel has successfully navigated the post-Arab Spring chaos, it has the region’s most powerful military, and it will soon be a major energy player.

Dec. 1 2016 12:01AM

Everybody Loves Israel

Formerly neutral or hostile countries from across the world, including Saudi Arabia and China, are now eagerly courting the Jewish state. What’s going on?

Nov. 7 2016 12:01AM

Will Israel's Natural-Gas Fields Ever Get Developed?

Tens of trillions of cubic feet of gas lie waiting offshore, with the potential to transform the world’s energy map and perhaps even stabilize the Middle East.

Feb. 8 2016 12:01AM

Israel and Japan Are Finally Becoming Friends. Why?

After decades of wariness, the two nations are being drawn together by common interests and shared fears.

Aug. 6 2015 12:01AM