Can the leaders of Israel’s political parties for once put the national interest above their party and their lust for power?
Trump’s “deal of the century” for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may well put an end to any prospect of a two-state solution.
Message to Abu Dhabi, Riyadh and Tel Aviv: Don’t worry, U.S. President Donald J. Trump has no intention of meeting his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, unconditionally.
Multiple Middle Eastern disputes are threatening to spill out of control. This is largely due to the changed role of the United States.
The events near Chang Rai powerfully underscore that a “global community” very much exists – and that it can have very positive effects on the lives and well-being of people.
The Binyamin and Donald show threatens to undermine, perhaps irredeemably, the institutions of democracy in Israel and the United States.
The Trump version of the United States has relinquished its leadership. It is Europe’s responsibility to step in.
Trump’s dreadful mistake of decertifying the JCPOA could have horrifying consequences for the Middle East.
How many more sinister steps can Erdogan take before the EU and the U.S. recognize that he is a threat to Western strategic interests?
Unlike Qatar, Israel is not really in the business of fostering opposition or regime change in the region. Israel largely feels that autocratic rulers are more reliable partners.