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Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson is a British writer and political analyst. Formerly the Tikvah Fellow at Commentary Magazine, he is now Resident Associate Fellow at the Center for the New Middle East at the Henry Jackson Society.

In the course of the past month, a persistent campaign appears to have been taking place, away from public attention, to change the thinking of...

Speaking to reporters yesterday, the European Union’s ambassador to Israel, Lars Faaborg-Andersen, issued a remarkable statement about the EU’s position on the current peace negotiations...

As world leaders gather in Switzerland for the Syrian peace summit, there are still ever more horrific stories of atrocities emerging daily from Syria. The...

With President Barack Obama seeming to have taken a leave of absence as leader of the free world, the task of providing such leadership continues...

In recent days we have been presented with yet another reminder that while Britain’s parliamentarians are, for the most part, only coldly disinterested in Israel...

If diplomacy is war by other means, the Europeans have been taking to the diplomatic warpath amidst an increasingly strident attitude toward Israel and its...

On Wednesday Israel’s Knesset approved the preliminary reading of a bill that would both outlaw the use of Nazi symbols, such as the swastika, and...

Speaking yesterday at the Vatican, Secretary of State John Kerry let slip a comment so ludicrous that one has to wonder how much wider the...

Despite having made a commitment to refrain from taking actions to pursue statehood unilaterally during the course of the current U.S.-sponsored negotiations with Israel, on...

While Israel may have now buried former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, it is still far from having buried with him the idea with which Sharon...

In recent days a series of disturbing reports have emerged regarding the acquisition by Hezbollah of powerful long-range and radar-guided missiles via Syria. Given that...