The U.S. is back in the Middle East, and Beijing isn’t happy.
Three catastrophes, all marked by euphoria at the start and denial at the end, have shaped the Palestinian predicament. Has the fourth arrived, and is the same dynamic playing out?
Earlier this year, the two nations were on the verge of repairing a broken alliance. Is that possibility still alive?
Nixon and Kissinger understood Israeli military power to be an asset to America, not a liability, and they formulated a strategy designed to exploit that power.
Watch or read a discussion about the perennial power of the Nakba with Hussein Aboubakr and Ghaith al-Omari.
“No Freebies for Dictators.”
U.S. involvement, and Saudi-Israeli rapprochement, could defeat it.
Japan, South Korea, and India have key ties to the region.
Washington can best counter Beijing by defending its allies against Iran.
And that’s good for the U.S., although not in the way Washington imagines.
At least one is located in Israel.
An opportunity for the U.S. to exploit.
The popularity of the Protocols.
From the halls of the Senate to the shores of Tripoli.