The Republican presidential candidate has Jewish family members and friends. Here’s who they are.
What happened to the most powerful lobby in recent U.S. foreign-policy history?
The geopolitics that links Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, Bashar al-Assad, Hezbollah, and the Jewish State
The Obama Administration shifts away from the bilateral model that has characterized American brokerage of the process since the 1990s
With Trump, Clinton, Sanders, or Cruz, the United States is likely to consolidate a risky retreat from the global stage
Robert F. Worth’s ‘A Rage for Order’ brings the broad disappointments of the Arab Spring to the human level
Are Donald Trump and Barack Obama two examples of the same American affliction?
President Barack Obama has done more to pivot the United States away from the hawkish foreign policy entrenched in Washington than even his supporters give him credit for
I tried to prep a pair of Afghan teens for American boarding school, but instead of teaching them the language they need, I spent all my time explaining cultural references and unfamiliar contexts
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.
Tag-teaming with Russia and dumping regional allies and NATO, the White House tells the rest of the world to go take a hike
Samantha Power wrote the book on how the U.S. government ignores and legitimates genocides. Or was it a handbook?
Dan Shapiro delivered some inconvenient truths that Bibi didn’t want to hear. Here’s why Israel should listen.
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
A foreign policy for 2016
Why Jeb Bush, and also Barack Obama, are wrong about refugees
Jackson, Polk, and—Kissinger?
Win here, win there, win win everywhere: Why America is all about #epicwinning, but is still a #loser
What is Russia up to in the Middle East?
Australia’s Ambassador to Israel on the challenges and opportunities of working with the Jewish state
From social media-based propaganda to Stuxnet-style attacks, here’s what to watch for in America’s engagement with the Islamic State and others
Will the deal hold the Islamic Republic in check? The former under secretary of state explains and defends the most complex and important treaty this century.
Why President Obama’s deal is not just an act of faith, but a call to arms—of the liberal sort
Why the idea that economic and social pressure can keep Hezbollah in check is deeply flawed
Filmmaker Pierre Sauvage and the daughter of Holocaust rescuer Peter Bergson talk about people who put their lives at risk to save others
Norman Eisen, an old friend of Obama’s from Harvard Law School, is bolstering the forces of liberalism as ambassador to the Czech Republic
The question policy-makers should focus on isn’t whether Iran would use a nuclear weapon, but how a bomb would embolden an already reckless regime
As Qatar’s star rises in the Middle East, Israel looks to temper the emirate’s influence—and that of its television network, Al Jazeera
With the Arab Spring shaking the Middle East’s status quo, a new regional order is being born. As the recent attacks in Eilat and Be’er Sheva show, Israel is likely to pay a price.