On the Super Bowl-winning owner of the New England Patriots, dining companion of the president, and ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’
Six Years of Syrian Civil War: A French citizen who disappeared into the wreckage of Assad’s state now sends operatives home to fight a brutal war with the West
Six Years of Syrian Civil War: Why Assad is the Franco of the Middle East, and why the United States has done so little to help his victims—80 years after liberal-minded Americans took up arms in the Spanish Civil War
In a candid Tablet magazine interview, the rising politician talks about her rejection of Islam, being called a neo-Nazi, and why Jews should see European nationalism as a welcome development
It’s not about refugees, or security, or travel bans. It’s about what America is—and what it ought to be.
And what their French origins, and their waning and rising relevance to the power structures over the centuries, say about the new Washington
With millions of dollars earmarked for their care, how is it possible that even in Israel some Shoah victims are living and dying with indignity?
Broader aims on Middle East realignment led the outgoing president’s efforts at two-track diplomacy. One track was misdirection. The other handed the region to Russia and Iran.
As former President Cristina Kirchner heads for prison, Argentina may finally hold Iran accountable for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires. Excerpts from the revealing Argentine book, ‘Nisman Must Die.’
The GOP has already lost its soul to its most radical elements. Will the Dems, like Britain’s Labour, now do the same?
Sources suggest the U.S. actively pressured Ukrainian officials to declare Jerusalem settlements ‘illegal’