His $1 billion plan to develop infrastructure would leave Gaza the basket case that it is, and do nothing to end the violence
The North Korean leader wants to end the country’s angry isolation, which renders his arsenal increasingly irrelevant
The cancelled friendly soccer match with Argentina and the gratuitous ban on Indonesian tourism are signs that Israel's vital interests are being sacrificed to politics
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon expected to ride to power on reforms and has accomplished much. Why are his poll standings sub-basement?
The super-rich have been swarming to Israel, for all the wrong reasons, such as law that helps them dodge tax
The establishment is myopic in dismissing ordinary folk as racist Neanderthals but the populist parties offer nothing but voodoo economics
While western birthrates decline, the Israeli fertility rate is high and rising, which makes some people think we can win a demographic race with the Palestinians. It doesn’t, but it alleviates a lot of economic distress
Even as the Turkish leader engaged in heated rhetoric about Gaza, he has avoided taking even a symbolic step against trade ties
As much as capitalism has fallen into disrepute around the world, Israel's brisk growth on Marx's 200th birthday shows that it works, if not for all
The Gaza Strip's economy is past the point of no return: Thanks to aid, it doesn't have to sustain the population, but it also gives no one anything to do all day
Iran’s economy is in too desperate a shape to survive another round of sanctions. Cutting off Syria may be one response
Israel can take pride in building a $7 billion company, but we should be ruing the fact that Israel can’t keep its best businesses at home
Human rights are increasingly being shrugged off, but the world is ignoring the Palestinian plight because it wants Israeli technology
The Starbucks affair didn’t demonstrate pervasive racism at the company, it demonstrated how left and right get free rides on the issue of equality and opportunity
The canaries in Mark Zuckerberg's mine are starting to suffocate, but don’t blame Russia or Cambridge Analytica, blame yourself
Morality isn't adopting BDS' absurd agenda and yelling at Barnard College to divest shares in 8 'complicit' companies, it's taking personal action like Natalie Portman did
We haven't changed in the last 70 years: labor discipline is still not our forte. But the world changed and came to need our unique skill set.
The rial’s freefall shows how vulnerable the Islamic Republic’s economy is, but does Trump have patience for economic warfare?
U.S. shares have lost 9% since January because Donald Trump's penchant for crises far outweighs his business-friendly' policy. Even investors are finally asking, is Trump really the leader we want playing high-stakes games of diplomacy that could lead to war?
Living on heavy debt, Jordan and Lebanon face unpopular but inevitable cures like raising taxes. Wait for the 'good war' to erupt