Amos Yadlin is optimistic about his country’s future.
This includes unreservedly backing Israel against Hizballah.
A betrayal of Egypt and a plan for a self-defeating attack on Israel.
Its reasons remain an enigma.
A public execution signals rising tensions.
Agreements mean little in Moscow and Damascus.
Israel needs a policy regarding the cybercurrency.
Hundreds of foiled terror attacks.
As the war winds down, Iran will be less hesitant to strike back.
The security dilemma.
Lebanon’s stability is not a U.S. interest.
It’s time to make that option more feasible.
Jerusalem is not bound by Moscow’s declarations.
It could result in a tectonic shift in the Middle East’s balance of power.