An Oxford historian has absorbed anti-Semitic prejudices.
The fourfold increase, not the events of 1979, led to many of today’s problems.
Enemies at the gates.
From the Arab embargo to BDS, the Jewish state has won the economic war.
It acknowledges that the Israel-Palestinian conflict is not “the prime irritant preventing peace and prosperity” in the Middle East.
Tehran emerged as the winner of the Arab Spring.
Protests, violence, and rioting are generally staged or permitted by Arab governments to blackmail the U.S.
In his new book, a veteran foreign-policy official and analyst provides a riveting 40-year history of the idea that human rights should be more than two nice-sounding words.
Years of Western enabling have emboldened Putin.
Its track record is unimpressive.
A regional perspective on this summer’s Temple Mount crisis.
Wiping the slate clean.