Addressing members of Congress who have announced they will not attend Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech next week, and any who are still undecided, former senator Joseph. . .
The nominally pro-Israel lobbying group J Street recently claimed that on the issue of Iran’s nuclear program, 84 percent of American Jews favor Obama over. . .
As the U.S. continues to seek a deal with Iran over nuclear weapons, the Iranian regime systematically subjects its. . .
The ideological roots of his disastrous Iran strategy.
Former Israeli ambassador to the UN Dore Gold speaks about the possibility of renewed negotiations with the Palestinians, Israel’s relations with Arab countries, the Iranian. . .
The president has long been criticized for his lack of strategic vision. But what if a strategy, centered on Iran, has been in place from the start and consistently followed to this day?
Benjamin Netanyahu recently accepted an invitation from speaker of the House John Boehner to address the U.S. Congress in March. Netanyahu is now being criticized. . .
The current goal of the American-led negotiations is to create a situation where the Islamic Republic is but one year away from developing an atomic. . .
In an interview with the Jewish Press, the Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens speaks about his recent book on American foreign policy, the ongoing. . .
The recent decision by Iran and the U.S. to extend the deadline for an agreement on nuclear weapons is based on a fundamental fallacy that. . .
In 2010, computer security experts started detecting the Stuxnet virus spreading rapidly across the Internet. Mysteriously, its complex code seemed to do nothing but further. . .