David Patrikarakos is the author ofWar in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century. His Twitter feed is @dpatrikarakos.
London, on the night Britain left the European Union, during a brief lull in the culture wars to allow one side its victory dance
The Labour Party’s Queen Esthers are fighting gales of abuse while hoping to save their island on Thursday from Jeremy Corbyn and his army of anti-Semitic trolls
German court criticizes the Kuwaiti Airways ban on Israelis but rules it legal
David Hirsh became an expert in the anti-Semitism of the left by starting his life there, now he fears that Jews are threatened from all sides
The Corbyn playbook was on full show: denial, backtracking, equivocation, and words so slippery even the Kool-Aid faithful were unsure of what to say.
Why military supremacy is no longer enough for a Jewish state fighting on asymmetric fronts against nonstate actors with the ability to shape public perceptions and war narratives
‘Please, please remain. The long march begins tonight.’
“The slogan, ‘Enough is Enough,’ could not be more apt”
British political journalist and spy-thriller writer Jonathan Freedland imagined a president in need of removal from office before Trump was elected
How—and why—consummate outsiders like Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn are taking center stage this political season
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