How Menachem Begin’s 1977 victory saved the country’s economy.
There can’t be peace as long as the power is out.
The myth about Palestinians’ missed opportunities.
A remnant of socialist authoritarianism.
After the fall of the Soviet Union, progressives began to picture the U.S.-Israel relationship as the embodiment not of enduring American values but of bad old “hegemonic” habits.
Gripping reading from recently declassified documents.
In U.S. foreign policy, there is no fouler cesspool than this.
The latest in Netanyahu’s pivot to Asia.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem’s unification in the Six-Day War. It also marks the 100th anniversary of a fierce World War I battle that saved the city from destruction.
Both sides have too much to lose.
American Jews, following American liberalism, have abandoned belief in the nation-state, non-voluntary communities, and religion in the public square.
In its embrace of social psychology and “process over politics,” the new hit drama mirrors the mentality that helped produce the disastrous Oslo Accords themselves.
Here’s how to ensure that happens.
A base for the recruitment of terrorists.