Tag Archives | Israel

The Amorphous Israeli-Palestinian Two-State Solution

  • Israel Must Be Wary of Trump’s Unstable Foreign Policy

  • America at the Precipice of a Quagmire

  • Trump, Al-Sisi, and the Israel-Palestine Conflict

  • Middle East Soccer: Trump’s Israel-Palestine Peace Making Put to the Test

  • The World’s Airports and Airlines Need More Human Intelligence

  • Is Trump a Reliable Broker for Peace in the Israel-Palestine Conflict?

  • What Type of Utopia Will Israel Be?

  • Trump’s Middle East Policy

  • A Liberal Zionism for the Trump Era

  • Farewell to Doublespeak: Israel’s Vision for the Future is Terrifying

  • What if Donald Trump is Israel’s Trojan Horse?

  • Trump, Netanyahu, and the Embassy Move That Wasn’t

  • How To Think About The American Embassy

  • Islamic State Violence Fuels Culture Wars and Widens Generation Gaps

  • Elor Azaria and the System

  • David Friedman is a Symptom, Not a Cause

  • Lessons From Israel on the Politics of Intelligence

  • Can the Iranian Nuclear Deal Survive the Trump Presidency?

  • Bibi’s Trump Dilemma

  • Trump and the Virtues of Israeli Caution

  • The Beginning of the End of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’s Monopoly on our Political Dialogue

  • The Israeli Trumpess

  • Israeli-Palestinian Struggle Returns to the Soccer Pitch

  • Scenes From the U.S.-Israel Funhouse

  • As Elections Are Delayed, Palestine Suppresses Speech

  • A Clean Break from Israel (What America Needs Now)

  • Hell Hath No Fury Like A Handshake Scorned

  • The Fight To Frame The Iran Deal

  • Is Saudi Arabia Zion?

  • How Free Is Israel’s Media?

  • What Does Turkish Turmoil Mean For Israel?

  • Elie Wiesel: Paradoxical Legacy of a ‘Human Rights Icon’

  • A Primer on Building Beyond the Green Line

  • Terrorism and Turkey’s Deal With Israel

  • Soft Targets and Tourist Terrorism

  • Return Of The Establishment

  • Business and Government Must Work Together to Enhance Global Security

  • Middle East Peace Talks: A War of Imaginations

  • Putting One’s Ear to the Ground: Rumblings of Mounting Discontent