‘Autocracies are less likely than democracies to sign international agreements and when they do, they are more likely to cheat. But we never seem to learn our lesson.’
Iran Week: Why was the Wall Street Journal reporter fired?
How a small pro-Iranian lobby became part of a vast messaging machine to push the nuclear deal that helped reshape the Middle East
The Jewish state confronts the possibility of a new front—or two—in its ongoing conflict with a hostile regional power on the rise
Iran Week: Here’s what we know about Iran’s secret ballistic missile and nuclear technological exchanges with the defiant rogue state of North Korea
How a storied philanthropy came to lend its legitimacy—and money—to groups that push boycotting Israel
Why the new Commander-in-Chief has few good options for rebuilding the Middle East order that Obama negotiated away
How American Jews are wooed with meaningless gestures
The Republican looks to Tehran, while the Democrat defends Israel
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the Iranian government has no connection to the contest, which is apparently hogwash. So what are we to make of the nuclear deal?
In one debate surrounding the JCPOA, it’s all about the Benjamins
Obama’s long game is a complete restructuring of the balance of power in the region—but with what results?
The enlightened-benighted paradoxes of the Shia state have deep roots, and relations with Jews are at a historical nadir
Israeli MK Yair Lapid blames Benjamin Netanyahu for the Jewish State’s failure to have any influence on the Iran deal and for the lack of progress in solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict