When peace breaks out, the death count rises.
U.S. politicians are wrong to condemn recent legislation.
Will the administration’s new strategy to counter anti-Semitism camouflage its own inaction?
The D.C. veteran joins us to talk about what the government can do to fight anti-Semitism, and what, despite good intentions, it can’t.
The new envoy to the Palestinian Authority will advance the PA’s interests in Washington, not vice-versa.
Washington and Brussels have a firm legal basis for new sanctions—but refuse to act.
Under heavy pressure from America, Israel has agreed to new maritime borders with Lebanon. Is that a good thing?
Never-ending negotiations belie tough talk.
Ensure that the Saudi Arabia of tomorrow is definitively and irretrievably different than the Saudi Arabia of the past.
The post-Abraham Accords era demands a new approach.
Past rulings of potential nominees might shed light on their approach to religious liberty.
But the Jewish state will need to improve relations with American Jewry to face the challenges ahead.
Why not restore funding with conditions?
The only way to keep the terrorists from rearming.