The Middle East has too often been a screen onto which outsiders project their own psychodramas.
What a new book about Israeli prime ministers gets wrong, and right, about today.
Seeing the Israel-Palestinian conflict in broader context.
What if there is no solution?
The least relevant deal of all.
Netanyahu’s success may prove to be his own undoing.
The Israeli public intellectual joins us to talk about the ideas in his bestselling Catch 67 and his recent essay in the Atlantic.
Arab anti-Zionist violence predates not only the “occupation” but Israel’s birth.
A ghetto in the jungle?
Israel too must challenge international diplomatic assumptions more vigorously.
Neither peace nor prosperity is Mahmoud Abbas’s goal.
Pakistan can’t influence the resolution of the Palestinian dispute. So why wait before extending a hand to the Jewish state?
Seeing past the excuses for the latest rejection.
The absence of a Palestinian state ranks low on the list of the world’s tragedies.