But the Jewish state will need to improve relations with American Jewry to face the challenges ahead.
Should Israel’s capital be the only one in the world with both a U.S. embassy and a consulate?
Partnership might be preferable to largesse.
If they were to succeed, the result would be increased Palestinian deaths as well.
The Jewish state can defend American interests, even when America is unwilling or unable to do so.
They’re apt to get along, but unlikely to reach strategic agreements.
Naftali Bennett must make clear that he is willing to go it alone.
Only a strong Israel can be a safe Israel.
Solving the most gruesome of puzzles.
Once again, Israel is being treated like no other nation.
The ayatollahs may doubt whether the U.S. would use it; they won’t have any trouble believing that the Israelis will.
A consulate with a long history and a troubling future.
Mixed messages could lead to war.
A mother’s plea.