A warning to the incoming American administration.
Washington shouldn’t make concessions without asking for something in return.
Preserving the qualitative military edge.
The conflict enters a new phase.
And a testament to U.S.-Israel cooperation.
The time may be ripe for a cold peace to thaw.
But American support is necessary for it to succeed.
And Islamic Jihad pursues a policy of its own.
Saving his reputation from the right and the left.
Hizballah did its masters’ bidding.
If given a choice between Tehran and Jerusalem, Beijing will choose Tehran.
With energy resources to defend, and the threat of Iranian missiles, it’s more important than ever.
There’s still no stability in the Syrian Golan.
For Israel, more Russian influence in the Middle East is a danger—even if it helps a mutual ally.