Inventing a fictional country in which it can apply fictional law.
Refusing to praise peace, or condemn incitement.
If Arab states can give up on the PLO, why can’t U.S. Jewish organizations?
The legal, strategic, and moral case.
And even then, it’s but a minor problem.
Why would Riyadh want to undermine the security of a reliable ally?
Palestinian leaders have another chance at statehood. They should take it.
Changes in the nature of war only make retreat more dangerous.
Giving up the “right of return” for an independent state.
No, but Amman might be able to play a constructive role.
They believe every dollar Riyadh gives to the Palestinians will go to help Tehran.
Why settlements shouldn’t be seen as “obstacles to peace.”
A country where most residents identify as Palestinian.
America doesn’t have infinite patience for international institutions that function as platforms for anti-Semitism.