Post Archive

February 16, 2011

Omri, I have no doubt the Foreign Policy story that says the U.S. will cast a vote hostile to Israel later this week in the...

Reports on this started leaking last night, with Bloomberg reporting that U.S. diplomats were shopping around an offer to Arab governments to get them to...

If you haven't read the CPAC speech by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, you should. It has won praise from various quarters (including here and here). As...

When Benjamin Netanyahu gave his 2009 Bar-Ilan speech, becoming the fourth Israeli prime minister in a row to support a two-state solution, he set forth...

The Wall Street Journal reports that investors pulled back Wednesday following the news that the Iranian warship flotilla was transiting the Suez Canal into the...

It took a Twitter joke about Lara Logan’s sexual assault in Egypt to finally push NYU’s Center for Law and Security to revoke Nir Rosen’s...

Whenever conservatives have sought to end the gravy train for PBS and NPR, supporters of the government broadcasting networks have an answer that they think...

Birthright may have publicly rebuffed J Street’s proposal to sponsor a trip to Israel, but according to the “pro-Israel, pro-peace” lobby, there is still a...

John Tierney’s piece about bias in social science, to which I referred last week, has provoked a revival of the debate on the problem of...

The evidence compiled by surveillance cameras installed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at the nuclear plant in Natanz, Iran, appears to tell the...

Many are critical of the Obama administration for its handling of the Egypt crisis — although for contradictory reasons.  Some believe Obama went too far,...

The Wall Street Journal has an article that obliterates the myth that “no one knew” that the events in Egypt were about to unfold. “Early last...