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The horrific series of events in Barcelona is yet another macabre example of what is starting to feel like Europe’s new normal. This is the...
bds

When one thinks of BDS, Spain is not the country that first comes to mind. Other than a very revealing episode last summer, when the...
Israel

Back in June, Connecticut College philosophy professor Andrew Pessin proposed going on the offensive against the boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement by responding to every...

Ali Jarbawi, a former Palestinian Authority minister, regurgitated several standard Palestinian talking points in a New York Times op-ed yesterday. Jonathan Tobin has already ably...

Recent news reports from Spain beautifully illustrate why nobody should take the European Union’s pretensions to moral superiority seriously--and especially not when it comes to...

The cycle of liberal big-government experiments is by now familiar: the left suggests a major expansion of state power to tackle a public policy problem;...

If the stock market is truly a leading indicator (and it tends to be one of the more reliable ones), then the Obama campaign had...

The stakes are as high as they could possibly be in Lebanon: Hezbollah, the terrorist group backed by Iran, has obtained coalition approval to nominate...

Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington has been accompanied by the usual swooning. The New York Times, for instance, finds “Subtle Signs of Progress in U.S.-China...

Today a UN committee looked into whether Israel was complying with the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). And,...

Some Israeli bloggers have discovered that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Spanish government may be involved with a Palestinian tourism...

It looks like concerns over al-Qaeda wave attacks throughout Europe during the holiday season were justified. Nine men have been charged in connection to a...