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Vladimir Putin

You can’t win them all. After Vladimir Putin’s successful intervention in the U.S. election last year—successful in the sense that he helped to elect Donald...
France

Every major economic upheaval produces a corresponding political upheaval. The First Industrial Revolution, beginning in the late 18th century, challenged absolute monarchies and set up a...

The first round of voting in the French presidential election has concluded, and one thing that we can say for sure about it is that...
Marine Le Pen

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has tried hard to shed the anti-Semitic baggage of her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder of the National...
Israel

The ban on wearing burkinis at the beach, which was recently enacted by some 30 French municipalities and even won support from French Prime Minister...
ISIS

ISIS seems to have offered an Internet hunting license for every unbalanced, violent young man who happens to be a Muslim to go out and...
French

At first glance, the announcement on Friday by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius that Paris will recognize Palestine if a new round of peace talks...
kippah

This week after yet another brutal attack on a French Jew, one of the community’s leaders drew an ominous yet rather obvious conclusion. Reacting to...
French dissent

The Obama administration party line on the Iran deal couldn’t be any clearer. Everyone from President Obama to Secretary of State John Kerry to the...
Obama diktat

With Western nations concentrating on finalizing a nuclear deal with Iran this month, efforts to restart the Israel-Palestinian peace talks have been relegated to the...
Europe's anti-Israel bias is starting to cost them.

Even as President Barack Obama was arguing that Iranian anti-Semitism would never trump the country’s interests (as he defines them), an interesting case study in...

Just three months since the UN Security Council rejected a resolution on Palestinian statehood, it appears another such resolution is being drafted. Back in December...