Obama’s lawyers never thought Trump would be the next White House incumbent, or that it would be Bolton whispering in his ear. If they had, maybe they wouldn’t have corroded the U.S.’s commitment to following international law before launching military strikes abroad
Former U.S. officials say Netanyahu floated idea in exchange for annexing swaths of the West Bank, but it was non-starter for Palestinians ■ Prime Minister's Office denies the account
Why Trump’s tweet on 'military solutions are now fully in place' is much more worrying than his 'fire and fury' remark
Crazy as it may sound, Trump's haphazard approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may succeed where Obama's by-the-book route failed. Nine ways in which their tactics and strategies differ
Americans on left and right were broken into believing democracy equals plutocracy – by Obama, Bushes and Clintons
Now it seems that the U.S. and Israel will be reading from the same page when considering how to deal with the Iranian threat. What a relief!
Audacity of right-wing attack on freedoms indicates Obama may have been Israeli civil society's last line of resistance.
Trump may not herald settlement expansion or end of two-state solution, but could allow Israeli right to dismantle Israel’s democracy.
Ahead of his first meeting with President Donald Trump, a look at the memorable moments from Benjamin Netanyahu's previous meetings with U.S. presidents.
American rabbis planning to create a network of 'sanctuary congregations' to provide safe haven for those affected by the ban.