Comparing article to terror attack and suggesting sanctions against the Times, as Michael Oren did, is more damaging to Israel’s image
The Kulanu lawmaker and former Israeli envoy to the U.S. lashes out at France for regulations to label products from West Bank settlements, drawing return fire from French envoy Helene Le Gal.
In the 18-minute speech posted to Facebook, Oren confesses that he was a 'weird' kid, boasts that Israel 'exports wine to France, caviar to Russia, gluten-free pasta to Italy.'
Minister Bennett claims to be the most ethical of the bunch as he competes with MK Lieberman over who is more supportive of the soldier who shot a wounded Palestinian; Israel has yet to find out why Palestinian President Abbas rejected its peace initiative.
Speaking in southern Israel, the former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. says Obama's worldview informs his unwillingness to use military force.
The memoir by the former Israeli envoy to the United States presents an Israel seeking only to survive crises that – in his telling – it had no part in creating.
A report this week stated that the world's Jewish population reached pre-Holocaust levels. But what does that even mean? Is it a reason for celebration or for mourning?
Bill's old college roommate wrote Clinton in December 2009, asking if her staff were stopping her meeting the new Israeli ambassador to Washington.
Israel's defense minister is helping erode the firm alliance between the Pentagon and defense headquarters in the Kirya - Israel's most vital strategic asset.
Far from the genuine respect you would expect from a former Israeli ambassador, Oren seems to view America's Jews as unreliable and quick to criticize the Jewish state.
Michael Oren’s recent attack on President Barack Obama is all because of his own childhood trauma. Allow us to explain.
Israel's prime minister has lost sight of the checks and balances of proper government. Meanwhile, a conspiracy to unseat him seems to be brewing.
We discuss three essays by former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren; the UN report on last summer's Gaza war; and Tel Aviv-Jaffa Mayor, Ron Huldai.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel suggests Oren 'formed judgments and then jerry-rigged the facts to fit his case.'
Oren is accusing Obama of being naive and detached, but it's the former Israeli envoy who claims West Bank Palestinians don't have it so bad.
Any suggestion that President Barack Obama has abandoned Israel overlooks actions by previous U.S. presidents and Obama's actions in the international arena.
Oren's image as a cautious scholar-diplomat has suddenly morphed into that of a politician on a ruthless crusade against the Obama White House.
Oren, the former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., wrote that Obama's outreach to Muslim world could be rooted in father abandonment issues.
It is not an op-ed by a former diplomat that strained Washington’s ties with Israel, but the U.S. president’s sharp policy shift on settlements.
In latest attack on U.S. president, former Israeli envoy to U.S. takes Obama to task for 'boycotting' Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher memorial in Paris.
Ambassador Dan Shapiro asked Netanyahu to issue a statement disassociating himself from Oren's remarks, Israeli sources said, to which the prime minister responded that he had no intention of publicly addressing the issue.
Ex-Israeli envoy’s claims that Obama ‘abandoned’ Israel motivated by Oren’s desire to promote new book, Kerry spokesman says.
In a letter to U.S. Ambassador Dan Shapiro, Kulanu head writes that Oren's article does not speak for himself or the party, of which Oren is a member.
J Street president questions whether 'no daylight' and 'no surprises,' the two principles Oren says hold the U.S.-Israel relationship together, really mean what the former ambassador thinks they mean.
'Aspirationally, there should be no surprises,' says David Makovsky, a member of the U.S. team that attempted to broker Israeli-Palestinian peace last year. 'This is not always the case on either side.'
Former ambassador Michael Oren writes that Obama never acknowledged Israel's role in formulating the plan to ship Syria's weapons out of the country.
The former Israeli ambassador to the Washington will be the Knesset’s only American-born member; will Netanyahu give him a place at his cabinet table?
Israel's former ambassador to U.S. says 'there's work to be done,' regardless of who wins Tuesday's election.
'If you're tired of dirty politics in Israel, on March 17, you vote for Kulanu,' says Israel's former ambassador to Washington in video.
The Candidates WATCH | Michael Oren: Israel Can't Bank on Abbas for Peace; It Needs to Take Actions Now, Alone
In this exclusive video interview, the former ambassador talks about settlements, strained Israeli-U.S. ties and why he got into politics.