The Sassoons, Rothschilds of the east.
Whetting the appetite of an imperial power that is far more dangerous and far closer to home.
The foreign-policy analyst joins us to talk about his recent essay “Overmatch.”
The Saudis and Emiratis would prefer an alliance with the U.S., but only if it steps up.
A China expert, a veteran American diplomat, and a retired Israeli general walk into a Zoom to talk about Israel and where it fits into a new cold war.
The Abraham Accords, the war in Ukraine, and the rise of China have brought Tokyo closer to Jerusalem.
More regional influence for Beijing, and more tools of repression for Tehran.
It would be foolish for Riyadh to try to replace Washington with Beijing—and the U.S. shouldn’t let it happen.
The emerging coalition of totalitarian rogue states.
And its connection to the recent outbreak of Palestinian terror.
The pivot to Asia starts in the Middle East.
Washington can beat Beijing at its own game.
Israeli entrepreneurs can afford to be pickier about their partners.