Efforts to distort history harm both Israel and Palestinians.
The New York Times sings a familiar tune.
A look into the Biden administration’s emerging Middle East Policy.
In thrall to a moral impulse rather than a real strategy for peacemaking in Israel, America’s peace processors won’t stop, won’t learn, and won’t succeed.
The challenges to peace today are different than they were thirty or even ten years ago. It’s better to focus on them rather than beating an already well-flogged horse.
The Israeli researcher joins us to talk about his blockbuster essay in Mosaic.
A culture of dependency rather than resourcefulness.
When Americans take a position on Israel, they’re not simply talking about Israel. They’re also talking about America’s moral character.
For decades, America’s foreign-policy establishment has, in the name of peace, incentivized conflict in the Middle East. Now that it’s back in power, can it learn from its mistakes?
The Biden administration can be persuaded to reject Palestinian maximalism.
A man who justified meeting generous proposals with violence.
The naysayers are wrong.
Even after a decade of electoral failure, the Labor party prefers to console itself with platitudes about the reasons why. It won’t be successful until it confronts the truth.
Along with an insiders’ look at George W. Bush’s Middle East Policy.