Michael J. Koplow is the policy director of the Israel Policy Forum and the author of the blog Ottomans and Zionists.

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  • Should Democracy Protect Netanyahu?

  • How Israel Should Navigate the Gulf Crisis

  • Does It Matter Whether Trump Says “Two States”?

  • Jewish State Should Not Mean Exclusively Jewish

  • The Politics of Netanyahu vs. Germany

  • What Type of Utopia Will Israel Be?

  • A Liberal Zionism for the Trump Era

  • America Is An Idea

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

  • How To Think About The American Embassy

  • Elor Azaria and the System

  • David Friedman is a Symptom, Not a Cause

  • Lessons From Israel on the Politics of Intelligence

  • Bibi’s Trump Dilemma

  • Trump and the Virtues of Israeli Caution

  • Scenes From the U.S.-Israel Funhouse

  • Sideline Russia From Israeli-Palestinian Peace

  • Hell Hath No Fury Like A Handshake Scorned

  • Turkey Is No Longer A Reliable Ally

  • The Fight To Frame The Iran Deal

  • How Free Is Israel’s Media?

  • What Does Turkish Turmoil Mean For Israel?

  • A Primer on Building Beyond the Green Line

  • Terrorism and Turkey’s Deal With Israel

  • Return Of The Establishment

  • How Do You Determine When The IDF Has Gone Too Far?

  • When To Say Yes To $3.7 Billion

  • The Decline and Fall of Ahmet Davutoglu

  • The Crisis Of Anti-Zionism

  • Israel Is Politicized. Tell Me Something New.

  • The Slow Self-Immolation Of A Political Party

  • Playing the Blame Game

  • Donald Trump’s Purim Costume

  • AIPAC In The Age Of Trump

  • What Does it Mean to Have a Jewish State?

  • News Quiz, Trump Vs. Erdogan Edition

  • Being More Pro-Israel Than Israel

  • How To Lose Friends And Not Influence Anyone

  • Why the Israeli Government Ignores American Jews