Republicans want to use nuclear deal in campaign against Hillary Clinton and the Democrats but they might overplay their hand.
The Shas politician is using the same rejectionist lines that have defined ultra-Orthodox Jewry for the past 200 years.
Any nuclear deal would have created friction, but with duos such as Sharon/Bush or Rabin/Clinton at the helm, the fallout could be contained.
The long-term effects of the 2014 Gaza war are still being felt: Israel’s international credit is depleted, public opinion has turned hostile and prospects of boycott loom larger than ever.
Operation Protective Edge of summer 2014 was just one more battle, hardly a war, in an endless cycle of violence and retribution that began thousands of years ago.
On its 239th birthday, the U.S. continues to favor the reconstituted Jewish state, perhaps because it once cast itself in the very same role.
Congressional efforts to extend anti-BDS fight to occupied territories show pro-Israel lobby the perils of biting off more than one can chew.
There’s a good reason why the prime minister refused to distance himself from Michael Oren’s views: He agrees with them.
An America that marches forward, that welcomes change, that grows more tolerant, that can take pride in itself and its leader.
Renowned liberal essayist rejects former envoy’s 'kinky' insinuation that he is a self-hating Jew, saying Oren doesn’t get irony.