The former Israeli defense minister on maintaining security amidst chaos.
“Despite the money, despite the lobbyists.”
Honey, I shrunk the Jews.
Iran’s very charming American-educated foreign minister.
Under the interim deal signed in 2013.
There’s good reason to believe a strike might have longer-lasting effects than many experts think.
“If Congress is going to have a role in the crash landing, it should have a role in the takeoff.”
“Sanctions have never stopped a nuclear drive anywhere.”
“Hoping that a seventy-five-year-old man will die soon is not exactly a sound strategy.”
Too many American diplomats believe that “talking is a cost-free, risk-free strategy.”
Contrary to what critics have claimed, war is not the only alternative to the deal with Iran currently being considered by Washington. Now, Alan Dershowitz. . .
David Horovitz weighs in on the Israeli prime minister’s speech: Although diplomatic in tone . . . Netanyahu’s speech was in essence a devastating. . .
There are several reasons, write Michael Doran and Mike Rogers, among them: Netanyahu’s speech is the act of a true and courageous friend. All. . .
Ran Baratz, founding editor of the conservative Israeli website Mida, speaks about the Iran threat, the condition of Israel’s Arab minority, and Israel’s evolving national. . .