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You've got to be kidding: QUESTION: I just -- on Monday you had some fairly kind words for the Israeli investigation into [the flotilla incident]. I...

Americans paid little attention in September 2009 when the Obama administration relinquished the traditional U.S. role in supervising policy for the global Internet. The eyes...

The 10th-anniversary commemoration of the UN’s “Durban I” conference on racism will apparently face opposition from the United States. It was announced earlier this month...

As I noted, the new Congress certainly can make its views known on foreign policy. Anne Bayefsky offers yet another instance of what the new...

Jen’s post on the White House rabbinical meetings contained this summary of the rabbis’ input: [Rabbi Jack] Moline said the major responses from the rabbis were to urge...

This week is Israel Apartheid Week on college campuses worldwide -- an annual hatefest devoted to demonizing Israel and mobilizing support for boycotts, divestment, and...

On Friday, the An Yue Jiang, a Chinese ship carrying arms bound for Zimbabwe, left the port of Durban. Earlier, a high court refused...

Have you heard what the French President has been saying lately? On Wednesday, he declared that "I won't shake hands with people who refuse to recognize...

South African President Thabo Mbeki, who apparently doesn't have greater problems to deal with, has announced that his country will host the follow-up session to...

Good news: Following up on Canada's example, which I mentioned in a previous post, the United States has decided to boycott next year's UN conference...

Hats off to Canada, which has announced it is pulling out of next year's UN conference on racism in Durban, South Africa. The last such...