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Israel

The events of the past week following the mass shooting in Florida have only increased the divide in this country on the issue of guns—and...
iran

After issuing a rare rebuke of Iran’s repeated calls for Israel’s destruction on Monday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov added that Moscow also opposes “attempts...
Jerusalem

The Pew Research Center regularly asks Americans this question: “In the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, which side do you sympathize with more, Israel...
Lebanon

If I were compiling a foreign policy wish list for 2018, high on the list would be ending the fiction that Lebanon is an independent...
nikki haley

Nikki Haley's diplomatic career is no longer nascent, but her support for the Jewish state, while no longer surprising, is still one of the most...
Jerusalem

The journalistic class is apoplectic over President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. But conservatives, including those skeptical of this president, should add...
Jerusalem

That Arab and European leaders are protesting President Trump’s intent to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is no surprise. Nor is it any surprise that...
Jerusalem

As I write, we do not know what might go into President Trump’s planned announcement on Jerusalem. But on at least some of our college...
Iran

North Korea’s demonstration of a ballistic missile capable of reaching most of the United States prompted gloomy commentary in Israel about the failure to halt...

On the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week,  we ask whether the Michael Flynn plea indicates huge trouble for the Trump White House or will...

How is any relationship possible if one side won’t even allow the other to be heard?

Kurds

The “laws” it teaches aren’t the actual laws of war, as codified in international treaties, but a made-up version.