All the prophecies of doom that were a source of hope for those who believed the Israeli occupation must come to an end have dissipated.
The struggle over the character of Israeli society does not pass through conferences in New York or Washington, but through a subsidized swimming pool in the Galilee or in a Haifa suburb, in which Arabs aren’t welcome.
As America becomes aware of the alt-right, it should also get acquainted with its mirror image: the alt-left, a loose association of activists with one unifying object of hate: Israel.
Like other trauma-ravaged societies, Israel doesn’t really want to extricate itself from its perpetual state of emergency.
The Labor Party should be pressing itself on what its political message is, how it distinguishes itself from Yesh Atid and Likud.
Maybe the United States ought to have stipulated that the billions of dollars of aid that were approved would go toward pre-determined diplomatic purposes.
Facebook’s dragging its feet will ultimately hurt it. At some point, regulators will wake up and realize that they must impose some order.
Netanyahu should not bask in Trump's declarations on the recognition of an undivided Jerusalem, which in any case will disappear if he's elected president. What should concern him is Trump's attitude toward aid to Israel in terms of 'investment.'
U.S. Election 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama repeatedly changed positions and avoided getting involved in the Syrian bloodbath. Even he now admits that it haunts him.