Jewish Voice for Peace executive director Rebecca Vilkomerson isn't your typical BDS activist: she spent three years in Israel, is married to an Israeli and has relatives in the West Bank. Despite many critics in the organized Jewish community, she says JVP is thriving in the Trump era and doesn't need the establishment's stamp of approval.
Forget the nostalgia for 21st-century social democracy, says Harvard political scientist Yascha Mounk. Nationalism is here to stay.
If the unpredictable Trump launches a bid to achieve Israeli-Palestinian peace, it will be hard for settler supporters in the U.S. to accuse the Republican of throwing Israel under the bus.
Unlike the Obama administration, which was critical of the military takeover that brought Sissi to power, Trump has warmly embraced Egypt's president.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates had notified the White House hours before she would testify about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
With Trump's poll numbers plummeting, the MSNBC host insists: 'He’s going to have to fire Steve Bannon.'
Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan wants to set up a database of Israeli citizens who are involved in promoting and supporting boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel or the settlements.