U.S. President Donald Trump's first secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, spoke at Harvard on Tuesday during a 90-minute panel interview with Harvard professors
Amir Tibon is the Washington D.C. correspondent for Haaretz
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Trump sees Robert C. O’Brien as a 'deal maker,' a more private alternative to hawkish, media-hungry John Bolton
Washington has a history of trying to sway voter opinion in Israel, not always in the directions Jerusalem finds most convenient
Steve Mnuchin denies report alleging that Trump was considering Emmanuel Macron's $15 billion 'credit line' plan to save the 2015 nuclear agreement
The prime minister heaped praise on another Trump aide who recently left the administration – but he has good reasons to stay silent on Bolton’s dismissal
U.S.-Israeli leading visit urges lawmakers to 'see the reforms the crown prince is making' as the Kingdom attempts to improve its image post-Khashoggi's murder
Bolton was considered the most hawkish among Trump's senior advisers, especially with regards to Iran
Iranian official says national security adviser's sacking proves failure of U.S. policy, while Washington announces new sanctions against Iran, Hamas, Al-Qaida and Hezbollah
Jason Greenblatt’s departure from the Trump administration may mean the peace plan is released soon — but judging by those now leading the process, its real target is not Israel or the Palestinians
Contradictory signs have started to emerge from the White House about its Iran policy, but evangelicals are confident the U.S. president will not do anything to jeopardize Israel’s security
White House stresses his departure would not impact the timing of the peace plan's release, expected after Israel's September election
Netanyahu, Trump in Intensive Talks for Dramatic Diplomatic Gesture in Coming Days, Ahead of Israeli Election
Israeli prime minister in close contact with people close to U.S. president, with one option under consideration being an American statement on creating ‘defense pact’ with Israel
For many Democrats, it’s ‘support Israel, not Netanyahu,’ while backing the two-state solution that the Trump administration has played down
Ahlam al-Tamimi actively took part in the organization of 2001 bombing at a pizza place in Jerusalem that killed 15, but has lived freely in Jordan since being released as part of the Gilad Shalit deal in 2011
Jason Greenblatt's announcement comes days after U.S. president sparked speculation by saying 'you may see what the deal looks like before the election'
After U.S. outs Israeli strikes against Iran targets, Department of Defense says Iraq has the right to protect itself
U.S. President says the entire plan would not be released before the election, but we 'may see what the deal looks like' before September 17
Lebanese sources say Pompeo 'stressed the need to avoid any escalation and work with all concerned parties to prevent any form of deterioration'
Official announcement accuses Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which has advocated a hawkish policy against Tehran, of 'economic terrorism'
After Trump 'Disloyalty' Remark, Israeli President Tells Pelosi Israel Must Not Become Partisan Issue
Rivlin tells Democratic House Speaker that U.S.-Israel alliance is not dependent on relationship with one particular party' and is 'a link between peoples with strong friendships and shared values'
Trump said Jews who don’t vote for him are showing “ignorance” and “great disloyalty”. ADL noted that 'Charges of disloyalty have long been used to attack Jews'
U.S. president attacks Democratic Party for defending Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar over canceled Israel, West Bank visit
Israel's interest was to minimize the attention given to Omar and Tlaib, and highlight broader support among Democrats in Congress. Trump's interest was the opposite - and Netanyahu fulfilled his wishes
'Denying visits from dully elected members of Congress is not consistent with being an ally,' Omar says alongside Tlaib in press conference slamming decision to bar their visit
Freshman New York congressman argues Israel missed a chance to ‘advance its interests’ by quashing visit by pro-BDS lawmakers Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. In any case, he says, there are more pressing issues on the U.S. agenda
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Tweet by pro-Israel lobby group marks second time in recent months it published a statement containing some level of criticism over a decision by Netanyahu
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