A Friend in Canterbury?

June 19 2013

A descendant of Jews, Justin Welby will soon visit Israel as Archbishop of Canterbury, heralding, perhaps, improved relations between the Anglican Church and the Jewish state.

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More about: Anglo-Jewry, Anti-Zionism, Church of England, Israel, Justin Welby, Rowan Williams, Zionism

Europe Dithers While Iran Enriches

Jan. 20 2020

In May, when Tehran announced that it would no longer abide by the limits set by the 2015 nuclear agreement on its enrichment of uranium, Europe found legal excuses not to react. When, earlier this month, the Islamic Republic went a step further, renouncing any limits on enrichment, the EU—led by France and Germany, both parties to the deal—at last initiated a formal process that might lead to the re-imposition of sanctions. Bobby Ghosh comments on the dangers of European apathy:

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More about: European Union, France, Germany, Hassan Rouhani, Iran, Iran nuclear program