The delay in approving Tony Blair's appointment as the Quartet Mideast envoy said something about George W. Bush's deteriorating international status.
It is difficult to think of an American president who has caused more damage to Israeli interests than President Bush.
Livni argues that it is impossible to turn the clock back to June 4, 1967,because there was no Palestinian state at the time and no link between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Sharon is in a coma, but his bantustan plan for the Gaza Strip is alive and kicking.
Two days after his reelection as Labor Party chairman, Ehud Barak's primary concern is the date of the next elections. Ideally, he would like time to settle into the Defense Ministry.
The arrest of a Palestinian education minister by a state that is fighting an academic boycott is problematic.
Labor's tough choices will begin after the conclusion of the second primary round tomorrow night. Its members will have to decide whether they prefer to use the Winograd Report to learn how to prepare the gear for the troops and have television sets installed in the shelters, or to learn how to find a political option. If they choose the latter path, then we should all be able to watch our televisions in the living room.