Latest developments in the deployment of Barack Obama’s signature foreign policy achievement: Are we safer?
How the Iran deal explains the administration’s inaction in Syria
And for Jewish voters?
During Wednesday’s DNC, the Democrats systematically appropriated traditional GOP strengths, from religion to national security, that Donald Trump had jettisoned
For one, not to underestimate the impact of her just getting there
The geopolitics that links Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, Bashar al-Assad, Hezbollah, and the Jewish State
A draft text of the Democratic party’s platform on Israel sets forth a ‘parallel acknowledgement of Israeli and Palestinian rights.’ But it doesn’t go as far as some would have liked.
With Trump, Clinton, Sanders, or Cruz, the United States is likely to consolidate a risky retreat from the global stage
Barack Obama’s Syrian endgame and the new alliances that are shaping it
As leader of the free world, the GOP candidate would be no better for his disaffected fans than Hamas has been for its so-called constituents—so, why do we fetishize the ‘white working-class voter’ and his opinions?
Helen Mirren stars in the ‘flawed but riveting’ portrayal of the wrenching dilemmas of the military’s new intimate killing
The post-American Middle East being born in Syria is an irretrievably changed land of sectarianism and new foreign hegemony
What was once the oppositional language of fringe parties in Europe has combined into a toxic new politics that is making its way to the center of Western democratic discourse. That should frighten us.
Just as reporter Jason Rezaian was freed from two years in captivity, the paper of record was selling luxury tours to Tehran. Why?
By omitting Jews from the story of the Holocaust, the Canadian prime minister fell for the false choice between depicting the tragedy as either a universal warning against prejudice or a particular one against anti-Semitism
Why the president’s foreign policy of leaving U.S. allies out in the cold will make it very hard for the next president to maintain American influence
Reuven Rivlin’s visit to Washington last month may say more about the Jewish state’s political infighting than its foreign policy