Now that China has supplanted global terrorism as the U.S.’s main foreign-policy concern, the Israel-China relationship will have to change.
Why should the U.S. pursue something contrary to its own interests?
In the despair of the eliminationists is the best hope for a negotiated peace.
Standing tenaciously for years on solid and consistent legal ground ultimately ends in international recognition.
For Robert Malley, enemies are the new allies, and allies are the new enemies.
Israel could learn from the American example.
Fighting terrorism and developing military technology.
The fate of the Democrats as a pro-Israel party rests on Biden’s aging and uncertain shoulders.
Slashing security assistance could cost lives, but it won’t change Israel’s behavior.
An Israeli’s perspective.
The Middle East has too often been a screen onto which outsiders project their own psychodramas.
The moral blindness of condemning Jerusalem for its relations with Moscow.
What if there is no solution?